ISS 301: Survey of U.S. National Security Policy
This course surveys the key issues and ideas associated with U.S.
national security policy from the Cold War to the present. The course is
designed to enhance students’ capacity to evaluate competing theories
and arguments surrounding debates about U.S. national security policy
and prepares students to develop their own policy analysis research,
writing, and briefing skills.
- Pre-requisite ISS 125 OR ISS 135
- Lecture: Lecture for ISS 301
- Lecture: Web-based Lecture for ISS 301
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