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Class Schedule Listing - 2019 Summer I (May 25, 2019)

 

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Chinese Foreign Policy - 9011 - POLS 4310 - 811
CL: As St 3030 (811). Topical Section Description: What does the rise of China mean for international society? What are the major challenges for China's relations with major powers in the world? What factors drive or constrain Chinese foreign policy? These questions are of significant importance for our understanding of international relations. This course explores modern Chinese foreign policy in a historical and sociological perspective. It aims to help students understand the domestic and international contexts of Chinese foreign relations by examining a variety of aspects, such as the history of modern Chinese foreign policy (from mid-19th century to the present), the institutions and process of Chinese foreign policy making, political culture and Chinese foreign relations, China and major powers (the US, Japan, EU, and Russia), and China's role in global governance. As a 4000-level research seminar, beside building up the knowledge about Chinese foreign policy, students are expected to participate in class discussion and develop their research interests on specific topics in this field.

Associated Term: 2019 Summer I
Registration Dates: Mar 27, 2019 to May 30, 2019
Registration Levels: Graduate, NonDegree Continuing Undergrad, Undergraduate

Japan Campus
Base Lecture Schedule Type
Classroom Instructional Method
Credit Hours: 3.000

Seats Available: 27


Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 11:55 am - 2:10 pm TR Azabu Hall - Japan 00317 May 27, 2019 - Jul 31, 2019 Base Lecture Benoit Hardy-Chartrand (P)E-mail



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