Washington Center

U.S. Foreign Policy

Credits: 
4
Instructor: 
Term or Semester: 
Day and Time: 
Thursdays, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Quarter Dates: 
March 30 to June 8, 2017
Campus: 
UCDC
Category: 
Quarter Elective
Description: 

This course examines contemporary issues in U.S. foreign policy, focusing primarily on a series of regional case studies including U.S.-Iranian relations, U.S. and the Middle East peace process, U.S. and Japan, the Koreas & East Asia and the U.S. in Central Asia (Afghanistan/Pakistan). Although the course is organized on a regional basis, we will explore a number of recurring themes including: nuclear proliferation; the problems of weak and failing states; relations with China and Russia; terrorism and counterterrorism; resource competition; the importance of culture and national identity; and the economics of national security.

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Course ID: 
UCDC15101V17