Minor in Security Studies - Contemporary Security Studies POLI 3565   Contemporary Security Studies
The course examines developments in the theory and practice of international security since the end of the Cold War. The first part reviews the concept of security and the main theoretical approaches that inform the contemporary security debate. The second part analyzes some of the key contemporary issues in world politics and their relation with international security. Topics include: Military Security, Terrorism, Human Security, Environmental Security, Migration, Health and Security.
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  • Seminar

PREREQUISITES: POLI 2300X/Y.06 or POLI 2301.03 or POLI 2302.03 or POLI 2520.03 or POLI 2530.03 recommended