PSCI 0239

Future Great Power Relations

The Future of Great Power Relations
Will America’s global preeminence endure in the 21st century? Will Russia, Japan, and the European Union decline while other powers grow more influential? In this course we will explore the future global balance of power and prospects for cooperation and conflict among the world’s great powers. Topics include the rise of China and India; the changing nature of American power; the causality of global power shifts and their implications for cooperation or competition on issues such as energy security, cyber security, nuclear nonproliferation, UN Security Council reform, intervention in the Middle East, and Sino-American relations. (PSCI 0109) 3 hrs. sem. (International Relations and Foreign Policy)/
Political Science
Political Science
Social Sciences
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Spring 2024

PSCI0239A-S24 Lecture (Williams)

Spring 2023

PSCI0239A-S23 Lecture (Williams)

Spring 2022

PSCI0239A-S22 Lecture (Williams)

Spring 2021

PSCI0239A-S21 Seminar (Williams)
PSCI0239Y-S21 Discussion (Williams)
PSCI0239Z-S21 Discussion (Williams)

Spring 2020

PSCI0239A-S20 Seminar (Williams)

Spring 2018

PSCI0239A-S18 Seminar (Williams)

Spring 2017

PSCI0239A-S17 Seminar (Williams)

Spring 2016

PSCI0239A-S16 Seminar (Williams)