Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

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ITDG 8690

Economic Diplomacy Practicum

The substance and practice of diplomacy are rapidly changing. The profession of representing nation states, companies and NGOs has collided with the 24-hour media cycle, terrorism and extremism, globalization and the global financial crisis, climate change, proliferation, disease, changes in demography and stresses on international institutions. This course focuses on three critical skill sets for Economic Diplomacy: Commercial Diplomacy, Trade Compliance, Strategic Export Control. The class divided in sections focusing on each and will include readings and guest lectures from practitioners prominent in their respective fields. Required research paper.
Subject:
Intl Trade& Economic Diplomacy
Department:
Intl Trade& Economic Diplomacy
Division:
Intl Policy & Management
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Fall 2020 - MIIS

ITDG8690A-F20 Practicum (Rogowsky)

Fall 2019 - MIIS

ITDG8690A-F19 Practicum (Rogowsky)