This course serves as a general introduction to the enduring and contemporary questions in international security, a field primarily concerned with the threat and use(s) of force by state and non-state actors for political ends. Topics covered include the causes of war; coercion in cyberspace; nuclear proliferation and arms control; the consequences of climate change on future conflict trends; and the challenges of ending conflict and dealing with its legacies.
Huddleston, R. Joseph Ph.D., "DIPL 6130: International Security" (2023). Diplomacy Syllabi. 735.