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IA 100 Introduction to International Relations

Faculty: Bennett, Lascurettes, Mandel, Partovi, Smith-Cannoy
Content: An introduction to a conceptual, analytical, and historical understanding of international relations. Emphasis on the international system and the opportunities and constraints it places on state and nonstate behavior. Cooperation and conflict, sovereignty, the rich-poor gap, determinants of national power, interdependence, the process of globalization, international institutions, and the role of transnational phenomena. Designed for students who have no previous background in the study of international relations.
Prerequisites: None.
Usually offered: Annually, fall and spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.

Political Science

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...chosen from the following: IA 100 Introduction to International Relations ECON 100 Principles of Economics...

International Affairs

http://docs.lclark.edu/undergraduate/internationalaffairs/

...follows: IA 100 Introduction to International Relations IA 212 United States Foreign Policy IA 310...

General Education Requirements

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...except IA 200 , IA 244 , IA 299 , IA...All courses except MUP 100 , MUP 141 , MUP...