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Various economic, social, and political changes both domestically and abroad have shaped American foreign policy and diplomacy in historic perspective.
This course attempts to offer a comprehensive understanding of the evolution of doctrines, related interests, tools, goals, and accomplishments of US foreign policy and diplomacy. The class will examine key concepts such as ”diplomacy” the ” national interest” “power,” and “policy instruments, “in order to comprehend how the US applies these in its dealings with other countries and in addressing complex world problems.
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E151-889 United States
E183.7-183.9 Diplomatic history.
Foreign and general relations
JZ221-1153 By region or country
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|Friday||8h00 - 18h00|
|Saturday||12h00 - 18h00|
|Sunday||14h00 - 22h00|