PSC 184 Global Politics

An examination of the role of individual nation-states, international institutions (i.e., The United Nations, the European Union, the World Bank Group, World Trade Organization), and nongovernmental actors (i.e., multinational corporations, Oxfam, Doctors Without Borders) in an ever-changing, complex and interconnected world. Includes examination of mainstream theoretical traditions and critical alternative approaches to global politics, foreign policy (processes, tools, styles), and issues of critical importance to the security and prosperity of people around the world (security, war, terrorism, human rights, human security, global trade/finance, environmental issues, poverty, development, hunger). (Fall 2018)


3 credits

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7/31/2018 4:38:44 PM




IAI: S5 904