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Political Science 14: International Relations

Introduction to the principles and practices of international politics, emphasizing problems of war and peace, foreign policies of major powers, problems of developing countries, and global problems. Emphasis placed upon the formulation and execution of American foreign policy within a constitutional and political framework. The dynamics of interstate relations, diplomacy, international law, non-state actors and supra-national organizations will be emphasized.

Transfer: UC/CSU. IGETC 4H; CSU-GE D8

Political Science 14: Syllabus

Political Science 14: Exam Questions

RESOURCES FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE 14

ARTICLES

Articles for Political Science 14

WEB LINKS

President Wilson's Fourteen Points

The Luckiest Nut In The World (YouTube)

The New World  By Frank Jacobs and Parag Khanna

The Rise of American Authoritarianism By Amanda Taub (Vox)

Which President Cut the Most Nukes? By William J. Broad (The New York Times)