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PSCI 3453 - Us Diplomatic History


3 credits

[Meets the Core Curriculum Writing Practice Requirement] A focus on foreign policy and international events beginning with the Spanish-American War. The course traces the evolving roles of Congress, the State and Defense Department, and the Presidency through the rise and fall of isolationist tendencies, two World Wars, the rise and fall of Communism and the Cold War era with its numerous foreign engagements, to the evolving wars in the Middle East and against Terrorism. The way in which the various branches of the United States government dealt with those events internally and externally, is an important aspect of this course. (Same as HIST 3453)



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