DIPL 6611 AA
This course is designed to introduce students at the graduate level to the international relations system of Southeast Asia and the foreign policies of the Southeast Asian states. Throughout the course three levels of interaction will be examined: the Southeast Asian states as autonomous actors, the regionalization of Southeast Asian foreign policies, and the states' and region's relations in the IR environment external to Southeast Asia. A major focus of the examination of the issues and dynamics of Southeast Asia's international relations will be the impetus toward and impediments to the development of regionalism. A subtheme will be analysis of conflict and conflict resolution within the regional international relations environment.
Farrell, Epsey C. Dr., "International Relations in Southeast Asia" (2006). Diplomacy Syllabi. 367.