POSC 3352: International Politics

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Credits 3
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(INST 3352) Theories of international politics and the decision–making process that generates foreign policy. An examination of the role of power in the modern world, the utility of force in conflict resolution versus the multilateral, collaborative approach. An introduction to the way current international politics is increasingly related to the world economic situation, with special attention to the role of multinational corporations, international trade and finance. Prerequisites: POSC 2331 and 2332, INST 1351 or permission of faculty member.
POSC 3352 Prerequisites: POSC 2331, 2332, INST 1351
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