Jun 13, 2024  
2020-21 Graduate Catalog 
2020-21 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PS 6400 - International Affairs II: Governance and Transnational Issues

3 credit hours
Familiarizes students with the major actors, institutions, and legal networks in the fields of U.S. foreign policy and global governance as well as with the policy outcomes-discusses in a systematic manner what actors do, how they do it and how do they interact in the process. Special attention given to the effects these actors, institutions, and legal regimes have on the international system in such areas as maintaining order and promoting peace; regulating migration and economic development; and promoting social equality, human rights, and environmental security. Encourages students to relate the course material to the ongoing international processes and current events.

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