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2020-2021 Catalog

GOVT 332 Globalization and Security

This course explores the various ways in which globalization is (re)shaping the concept and practice of international as well as national security. Throughout the course, we will examine the major concepts and issues in the globalization of security from both at theoretical and empirical standpoint. Topics for discussion include migration and national security, terrorism and asymmetric warfare, defense privatization, economic sanctions, and collective security. [W]

Prerequisite

GOVT 102 or permission of instructor

Instructor

Park