International Security (445-0-20)
Daniel Joseph Krcmaric
Scott Hall 201 Ripton Room: Tues 2:00PM - 4:50PM
Overview of class
This course is a graduate seminar devoted to theoretical and empirical questions in international security. While we will engage occasionally with some classic works, our main focus is on a selection of contemporary contributions that have influenced how we think about international security. The course has three major goals: (1) to survey some of the most important substantive debates in the field of international security with an emphasis on recent research; (2) to apply theories from the academic literature to contemporary policy problems; and (3) to help political science Ph.D. students prepare for their exams and develop their own research.
Graduate Students Only
Enrollment Requirements: Reserved for Graduate Students.