GOVT 143Fall 2004
Global Politics. Politics at the global level, stressing the full range of issues and problems relating to conflict and cooperation among nations, the relationship between governments and their foreign politics, and on other similarities and differences among nations' governmental institutions, structure and processes. (Students may not count both Government 35 and Government 143 in the major.) 3 units.
This course has been approved for G.E. Subarea D1b (World Cultures).
In addition, it is a useful prerequisite, whether mentioned or
not, for any Government course in the 130 series (International
Relations) or 140 series (Comparative Government) and, of course,
will help you if you elect the International Relations concentration
within the government major.
The course is a survey of two major fields in the study of government: international relations and comparative government.
The class is divided into four major topics of study.
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