Minor in Law, Justice and Society - The United Nations in World Politics POLI 3531   The United Nations in World Politics
CREDIT HOURS: 3
The evolution of the United Nations from its early concentration on problems of collective security, through the period of preventive diplomacy and anti-colonialism, to its present role as a forum for the aspirations and demands of the Less Developed Countries is reviewed. The more distant future, and the continuing relevance of the United Nations in world politics, and how its role and objectives should be determined, are considered.
FORMAT: Seminar
PREREQUISITES: POLI 2520.03 or POLI 2530.03 recommended