Portland-State-University 2014-2015 Bulletin

PS 444 National Security Strategy: Regional Perspectives

Focuses on the regional contexts that influence U.S. national security strategy and the multifaceted reasons security polices succeed or fail in each region of the world. Critical analysis applied to major social, cultural, political, economic, military, technological, and historical issues that shape formation of regional security strategy, and to strategic assessments of U.S. security policies as perceived from other regions' perspectives. Also offered for graduate-level credit as PS 544 and may be taken only once for credit. Expected preparation: PS 205.


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