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INTL 3131 - Diplomacy in a Changing World


Diplomacy, a means to resolve disputes between sovereign states short of war, will be analyzed through case studies drawn from historical context and through a survey of contemporary crises. The American diplomatic process will also be reviewed with particular attention to how policy is shaped, how an embassy functions and how Americans train for the professional diplomatic service.

Credit Hours: (3)
Cross-listed Course(s): POLS 3159 .
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