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PSCI 4606 [0.5 credit] American Foreign Policy

The sources, trends and conflicting interpretations of the international roles of the United States since World War II. Foreign policy machinery and processes assessed in terms of the relative importance of perceptions, ideology, self-interest, and domestic and foreign pressures.
Prerequisite(s): fourth-year Honours standing or permission of the Department, and one of GPOL 1000, GPOL 1500, PSCI 2101, PSCI 2601, PSCI 2602, PSCI 3200, PSCI 3201, PSCI 3603, PSCI 3703.
Seminar three hours a week.