PSCI 0483

Rise of Asia and U.S. Policy

The Rise of Asia and US Policy
In this course we will study what is arguably the most important strategic development of the 21st century: how the rise of Asia presents security challenges to the region and the United States. Drawing from international relations scholarship, the course will focus on foreign policy challenges and potential responses. These challenges include both traditional security and nontraditional areas such as water and the environment. We will integrate the analysis of these issues in South, East, and Southeast Asia with study of the policy process, in part through simulations and role-playing exercises. 3 hrs. sem. (International Relations and Foreign Policy)/
Political Science
Political Science
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
IGST 0483


Spring 2025

PSCI0483A-S25 Seminar

Spring 2024

PSCI0483A-S24 Seminar (Lunstead)

Spring 2023

PSCI0483A-S23 Seminar (Lunstead)

Fall 2021

PSCI0483A-F21 Seminar (Lunstead)

Fall 2020

PSCI0483A-F20 Seminar (Lunstead)

Fall 2019

PSCI0483A-F19 Seminar (Lunstead, Lewis)

Fall 2018

PSCI0483A-F18 Seminar (Lewis, Lunstead)

Fall 2017

PSCI0483A-F17 Seminar (Lewis, Lunstead)

Fall 2016

PSCI0483A-F16 Seminar (Lewis, Lunstead)

Fall 2014

PSCI0483A-F14 Seminar (Lunstead, Lewis)

Fall 2013

PSCI0483A-F13 Seminar (Lewis, Lunstead)