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Great Intro to the Subject
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course to any student interested in history or international relations. This course provides a robust framework of historical and emerging security issues, especially nuclear proliferation.
This course allowed students to identify the great variety of security issues facing the United States and the international community, and recognize there are multiple perspectives on these issues. International Security in the Nuclear Age allowed me to understand and articulate differences between national, international, and human security. Lastly the course provided awareness of significant historical, scientific, and political concepts and events of the Cold War and post-Cold War world.
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If you do the reading, stay engaged during class discussions, and attend regularly, any student can receive a good grade and learn a lot from the numerous security challenges plaguing the United States and its allies.