Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The book we used was really interesting, even though it was a bit complicated to understand sometimes. We learned a lot about American foreign policy and how the US is seen abroad, what they have done in the international field in the past, and what they are doing now. It was interesting to learn about the US' role on the world stage after WWII and what a big role it played in helping get Europe back on track. This course is great if you're interested in both politics and history, as there is a lot of history involved in this course. All in all, I liked it a lot and would really recommend. The assignments were not hard if you read the material properly and understood the terms and key events. The book is your best friend in this course.
Learning about the history of US foreign relations and foreign policy. I really liked seeing how the US interacted with so many countries over the past 200 years and how those relationships have evolved to how they are today.
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Advice for students:
Read the material thoroughly otherwise you'll have problems with the tests and essay. Make sure you look up anything you don't understand. I recommend watching some documentaries about certain events that might be unfamiliar to you as this will help you understand the material much better.