U.S. Foreign Policy and Globalization (POSC-321)
Analysis of foreign policy formation in the United States as it interacts with the international system, and investigation of the major role of the United States in shaping the ideology and institutions of the international monetary regime. Includes historical setting and contemporary policies and problems. Prerequisite: ISPOSC 210, ISPOSC 220, or ISPOSC 223, or permission of instructor. Fall, odd years.
Faculty: Nicklaus Laverty
Start/End Date: Aug. 26, 2013 - Dec. 13, 2013
Instructional Method: Lecture-based Learning