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Course Title: INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Introduction to international affairs constitutes an introductory look at important issues facing the international community. The primary focus of the course will be to examine how nations, cultures, and communities politically address various issues. Such issues include: international security and terrorism; the political impact of race, ethnicity and gender; religion and politics; natural resources and the environment; global poverty and hunger; and human rights and social justice. These issues will be approached in a comparative manner in order to illustrate the inherent complexity and diversity among actors in the international community and how they politically deal with these issues.
Behavioral Sciences, Economics, Political Science