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International Security I (IS1)
Academic Year 2022
International Security I provides a comprehensive overview of the context in which states and non-state actors engage the international community, employ their instruments of power, and pursue their interests, with special focus given to the development of US Grand Strategy. The course introduces traditional paradigms of International Relations (IR) to provide a foundation for considering great power competition over time, and the current opportunities and challenges to US policy in the emerging strategic environment. These course concepts are then applied to US near-peer competitors and other strategic security concerns including China, Russia, Iran, North Korea and non-state challenges
The following items that have call numbers are on the ACSC International Security (IS) Reserve Shelf at AUL and must be used in the library. Those without call numbers are available electronically.