INTA 626: COMPARATIVE FOREIGN POLICY

The course focuses on the impact of dynamic interaction of internal and external environments on foreign policy. Areas include moving forces in international politics: nationalism, race, ideology, colonialism, imperialism, neo-colonialism, trade, strategic, religious and idealist concerns. Liberal/Industrial states (USA, Britain, France, Germany, Canada, Japan etc.) in the world: totalitarian/industrial states (former USSR and China) in the world; developing countries and radical-revolutionary states in the world.