POL*371*10 Description

International Politics

A study of integrated theoretical framework for analyzing the behaviors of nation-states in the international political arena, as well as of selected critical issues and areas in contemporary international politics. Normally included in the study are nuclear weapons and their implications in international politics; nuclear arms negotiations and agreements; East-West relations; the triangular relationship among the United States, the former Soviet Union, and China; the Arab-Israeli conflict; the Third World's nonalignment movement; and the North-South tensiosns. Students who have taken Political Science 302 at Rhodes University will not reveive credit for this course. Prerequisite: Political Science 104. Student must have taken/be taking POL*104