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Conflict and Cooperation in Global Politics

Conflict and Cooperation in Global Politics

Course Number
PSCI 598 941
Course Code
PSCI598941
Course Key
62552
Day(s)
Monday
Wednesday
Time
5:30pm-8:30pm
5:30pm-8:30pm
Instructor
Primary Program
Course Description
The global arena is described by some theorists as a realm of perpetual conflict. Others argue that, given the right circumstances, sovereign states can find ways to achieve cooperation, peace and increased global prosperity. This course will examine theoretical and policy perspectives regarding the question of international conflict and cooperation, with a specific focus on understanding the circumstances under global actors -- including states, international organizations and nongovernmental organizations – achieve sustainable cooperative outcomes.
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