Document Type

Graduate Syllabus


Fall 2016



Course Number

DIPL 6622 AA

Course Description

This course analyzes the history, culture, politics and structures of China's interactions with the world. It examines China's relations with various countries and regions, Chinese policy toward key functional issues in international affairs, the rise of China and its challenges and opportunities, and decision-making processes that affect Chinese foreign policy. This graduate seminar also seeks to prepare students to conduct original research on Chinese foreign policy, comparative foreign policy, and international relations. This course will include a blend of lectures, class discussions, and individual and group exercises.