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What is American foreign policy? Who makes it? Why is it the way it is? How does it affect the rest of the world? Professor Bruce Jentleson has taught the subject for over 30 years, written one of the leading books on it, and has served in numerous U.S. foreign policy positions.
Six weeks organized into six units:
- Course Overview, Analytic Framework and the Making of U.S. Foreign Policy
- Asia’s Rising Strategic Importance: U.S. Relations with China and in the Asia-Pacific Region
- War, Peace, Terrorism, Democracy: Old and New Challenges in the Middle East
- Old Friends, Old Enemy: 21st Century Relations with Europe and Russia
- The Americas: Relations with Latin America and Canada
- Africa: Persisting Old Issues, Pressing Newer Ones
- Bruce Jentleson - Sanford School of Public Policy
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