WEEK 5 LECTURE OUTLINES - Friday, Aug. 8th I. US Foreign...

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Friday, Aug. 8th I. US Foreign Policy Toward Russia A. The “Who Lost Russia?” Debate 1. The Bush Administration 2. The Clinton Administration 3. Russians Lost Russia 4. Russia is not Lost II. US-Russian Relations in the Post-Cold War A. Is Russia a Threat? B. Toward a New Containment? GOV 312L: Lecture 30, Mon., Aug 8 st I. U.S. Policy Toward Russia A. Toward a New Containment? 1. Shift from Internal to External 2. Mitigating Russia’s Energy Influence 3. Holding Russia to International Norms B. Pragmatism: Cooperate When Interests Converge 1. Counter-Terrorism 2. Non-Proliferation 3. Economic Cooperation and Energy II. War on Terrorism – Introduction A. Coercive Strategy -- Combating Terrorists 1. Defense, Offense, and Deterrence 2. Can Terrorist Orgs. Be Deterred? B. Diplomatic Strategy – Long-Term Competition 1. Winning Hearts and Minds 2. Confronting Root Causes of Terrorism
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3. Can the Spread of Democracy Combat Terrorism? III. Lessons Learned
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WEEK 5 LECTURE OUTLINES - Friday, Aug. 8th I. US Foreign...

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