History (HIST) - Twentieth Century International History to 1953

HIST 4665  Twentieth Century International History to 1953


Restricted to students in an Honours program with 84 credits completed.


Three hours of seminar per week.




Among the topics that may be examined are the origins, course, and consequences of the two world wars, the impact of the Russian revolution on the international system, the role of international law and international organizations, and the foreign policies of the major European and Asian states, the emergence of the US and USSR as global powers, the politics of the early Cold war and decolonization, and the relationship between foreign and domestic politics.

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