International Relations: Global Conflicts

Why do people go to war, engage in trade, or defend human rights? How do these issues affect the individual, and what difference can one person make? Analyze and debate these theoretical, practical, and ethical questions as they relate to terrorism, the media, Marxism, globalization, weapons of mass destruction, ethnic conflict, nationalism, sovereignty, genocide, and international law. Study current and historical conflicts to analyze and predict outcomes and their ramifications.

Related Terms and Locations: 
Term 1 (June 9–29)
Duke University East, NC
Term 2 (July 7–27)
Georgia Tech, GA
Summer Studies Program: 
Center Verbal