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International Security

This course examines international security. It analyzes political, economic, cultural, military, technological, demographic, and environmental forces that shape security problems, and it provides a historical overview of the changing security landscape. The second part of the course examines security problems on a region-by-region basis, looking at Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and North and Latin America. The final section of the course assesses current trends and the prospects for stability and security in the international system.

Credits: 6/3

Course ID: IR_E_203


Teachers:

Profile International Relations, Political Sciences and Human Rights

Semester: Spring

Complies with general requirements: No

Course Type: Elective Course

Language: English