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GOVT 345

International Conflict Resolution
CR: 
3.0

Prerequisite: GOVT 109. This course assesses competing frameworks for resolving international conflict. Controversial issues include: the role of negotiation and mediation, how to deal with war criminals, trade-offs between justice and peace, and military intervention to end a war. In addition to theory, the course evaluates the practical applications of peacemaking to current and past wars through case studies and simulations. This course cannot be taken on a P/CR/NC grading option. III.W, V.7

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