- Taught by Regional Experts
- Focuses on Economic and Political Relations
- Offers a Multidisciplinary Perspective
These courses examine individual countries or regional groups from a multidisciplinary perspective. They provide a focus on the economic rise of a particular state, its role on the world’s stage, and its economic or political relations with its neighbors or key allies or rivals.
Discuss the main changes in Cuba’s economy, domestic politics, and foreign relations of the last decade and a half.
Explore the economic challenges facing the Middle East and North Africa, the policies needed to address them, and the prospects for realizing them.
This course will survey the geopolitics and the dynamics of eight different Middle East conflicts and examine how they relate to one another.
This course will address United States foreign policy in the Middle East, focusing on both US adversaries and allies alike.
Take a holistic look at the various aspects of Iran: environment, ethnolinguistic composition, religious proclivities, economics, and politics.