China's International Relations
GOVT 364 /GS 242
Credits:.83 unit; 3 credits
The course begins with a discussion of China's security interests, its security policy, and the foreign policy-making process. Students will then explore the history of China-U.S. interactions, highlighting some key issues affecting bilateral relations, including the Taiwan issue, regional security, economic factors, and the force of public opinion. Prerequisite: appropriate course in Government or Global Studies or Macroeconomics.
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