Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor Nolan, the PoliSci department head and teacher of this course, knows the information like the back of his hand. He's sassy and keeps it interesting and makes you think logically about decision making in foreign policy.
We had a group assignment to study a certain group (e.g., State Department) and how they affected US policy outcomes in the Bosnian conflict and the 1991 Iraqi-Kuwait invasion.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Take notes during class. The readings aren't what he tests you on always.