McDaniel College Budapest 

PSI 3307
PSI 3307 – U.S. Foreign Policy

Credits: 4

An overview over U.S. foreign policy from the Second World War to present. The primary objective is to acquire a general understanding of the main ideas, events, and strategies that have shaped U.S. foreign policy over the past half-century. Topics discussed include containment, deterrence, the nuclear arms race, humanitarian intervention and the use of force, economic assistance and trade, and a number of regional and thematic issues.

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PSI 3307