- Provides Historical and Geopolitical Contexts
- Focuses on Today’s Power Dynamics
- Explores Framework and Goals of Diplomacy
The world order that emerged following World War II continues to influence today’s geopolitical and economic landscape, reflecting the shift into post-colonial and post-Cold War political alignments. These courses analyze foreign policy strategies by exploring the historical and geopolitical contexts that inform them, as well as the potential impacts of these policies as they are enacted globally. They are taught by faculty members from private sector, government, and multilateral organizations.
Gain an in-depth understanding of the world order that emerged following World War II and its continued impact on the contemporary world.
This full-day course will trace the origins of World War I, from its beginnings in the French Revolution to its volcanic eruption in 1914.
Explore how studying other democracies can shed light on the troubled present—and possible future—of American politics and government.
Explore international relations from a different paradigm by examining asymmetric relations between countries.
Gain an understanding of the drivers and costs associated with specific risks in the context of energy markets and project finance.
Explore the main elements of country development—from economic, political, social, cultural, and environmental perspectives.
Explore contemporary methods for peacemaking and peacebuilding as responses to real and potential deadly international conflicts.