Political Science (POLI) - The Cold War to 9/11

POLI 2307  The Cold War to 9/11


POLI 2305


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




In this course, students explore Cold War politics and American foreign policy between 1945 and September 11th, 2001. What started the Cold War and how did it end? How did American foreign policy transform in the post-Cold War period? These questions and others are answered through an exploration of ideology, the balance of power, international institutions and the rise of global terrorism. This course may be credited towards History.

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