International Relations and Organizations
|POL 3580||6 Quarter Hours|
|Description||Explores the development of international organizations such as the United Nations and the role of leaders in them, as well as contemporary world politics, problems of war and peaceful coexistence, and other issues for today's world leaders. International relations and organizations are necessary to the study of contemporary leadership because nations interact as never before. Seeks to explain how leaders of nation-states can and should behave in an interdependent world.|
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