International Security

POLSCI 362D

Same as POLSCI 362 except instruction is provided in two lectures and one small discussion meeting each week. The various causes, processes and impacts of international conflict in contemporary international affairs. Factors that contribute to conflict, including the impact of scientific and technological developments on war and the ethical arguments and beliefs associated with war making. Contemporary and future threats to international security. One course.

Curriculum Codes: 

EI, SS, STS