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PSC 0295 American Foreign Policy

This course introduces students to the way that Americans make foreign policy and pays close attention to the uniqueness of the American method in comparison with other countries. Along the way, students will study contemporary American foreign policy issues related to trade, national security, and transnational problems like the HIV/AIDS epidemic or climate change. Prerequisite: One social science course or POI



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