PSCI 1003

Euro-Atlantic Relations

Euro-Atlantic Relations
In this course we will examine the history, current condition and prospective future of US-European relations, focusing primarily on transatlantic security aspects but with reference to political and economic contexts and bilateral ties. The learning process will include lectures, class discussions, guest speakers, a role-playing exercise, and a final policy options paper. Issues covered include: persistent and changing aspects of the “transatlantic bargain;” the Ukraine crisis and relations with Russia; dealing with Islamic State threats and Middle East turmoil, refugees; impact of 9/11 and the Iraq crisis; NATO’s role in Afghanistan; US-European relations under a new U.S. administration; relations between NATO, the European Union and the UN; alternative futures for transatlantic relations. (This course counts as an elective towards the major in Political Science). (International Relations and Foreign Policy)
Political Science
Political Science
Social Sciences
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Winter 2017

PSCI1003A-W17 Lecture (Sloan)

Winter 2015

PSCI1003A-W15 Lecture (Sloan)

Winter 2013

PSCI1003A-W13 Lecture (Sloan)

Winter 2011

PSCI1003A-W11 Lecture (Sloan)

Winter 2009

PSCI1003A-W09 Lecture (Sloan)

Winter 2007

PSCI1003A-W07 Lecture (Sloan)

Winter 2006

PSCI1003A-W06 Lecture (Sloan)

Winter 2005

PSCI1003A-W05 Lecture (Sloan)