Theory and Practice of National Security

POLSCI 665S

In-depth look at the theoretical and empirical literature explaining how states seek to guarantee their national security. Topics include: grand strategy, nuclear deterrence and warfighting, coercive diplomacy, military intervention, decisions for war, and civil-military relations. Special attention paid to U.S. national security during and after the Cold War. Consent of instructor required. One course / 3 units.

Curriculum Codes: 

R, SS, STS, W