USFP Syll 3110A FA 11

USFP Syll 3110A FA 11 - GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Sam...

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GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Sam Nunn School of International Affairs International Affairs 3110A U.S. FOREIGN POLICY TTh: 4:35- 5:55pm Robert Kennedy Instructional Center 115 Fall 2011 1. Scope This course examines the evolution of U.S. Foreign Policy and processes from the founding of the Republic to the present. U.S. foreign policies during the periods of American independence, expansionism, the emergence of the U.S. as a regional power, the Spanish American War, World War I, the in the inter-war years, World War II, the Cold War, and post-Cold War period will be examined in detail. Relatively greater emphasis will be placed on U.S. Foreign policies since 1914. The effectiveness of the U.S. employment of political, economic, and military instruments of power in promoting U.S. interests during the period will be analyzed and assessed. 2. Class Format: The course will be mostly taught in the lecture format. Students are encouraged to raise questions or comments at anytime during the sessions. 3. Required Texts Thomas G. Paterson, J. Garry Clifford, and Kenneth J. Hagan, American Foreign Relations: A History to 1920. Seventh Edition. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company 2010. (Hereafter referred to as Paterson, Vol 1). Thomas G. Paterson, J. Garry Clifford, and Kenneth J. Hagan, American Foreign Relations: A History since 1895 . Seventh Edition. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company 2005. (Hereafter referred to as Paterson, Vol 2). 4.
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USFP Syll 3110A FA 11 - GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Sam...

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