Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor Pevehouse made the material interesting and thought provoking. The lecture was long, but I didn't mind going every other day because I wanted to know what he was going to discuss.
There's lots of information that you'll learn about economic cycles and war. For example, we talked a lot about the outcomes of World War II on global cooperation. We talked about how Bretton Woods helped pull Europe out of debt and how the escalation of China's economy has heightened others military spending.
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Advice for students:
Pay attention to what Professor Pevehouse has to say rather than the reading. If you want to do well on the exams, you'll need to throughly understand what everything means and how it works.