Courses

Foundation Courses - Fall 2016

Any of these may also count as a CDS elective.

DEPT

COURSE

INSTRUCTOR

NOTE

ASST 668

THEORY AND POLICY IN ASIA

GREEN

ASST ONLY

GHDP 622

FIELD OPERATIONS FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE

JERRY MONTGOMERY

 

GHDP 646

ELEVATING DEVELOPMENT IN FOREIGN AND ECONOMIC POLICY

SHAH, RAJIV

 

INAF 653

AMERICA'S NATIONAL SECURITY TOOL BOX

ALBRIGHT

 

INAF 674

TRANSATLANTIC PUBLIC DIPLOMACY

SPENCER

 

MSFS 562

PUBLIC DIPLOMACY

WHITAKER

MSFS ONLY

MSFS 616

DIPLOMATIC AND MILITARY STATECRAFT

SEEVERS

 

MSFS 623

INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATION

HABEEB

 

MSFS 645

FORECASTING GLOBAL TRENDS

YOST

 

MSFS 655

INTERNATIONAL LAW

AREND

 

MSFS 717

CREATING 21ST CENTURY DIPLOMACY

GROSSMAN

MSFS ONLY

MSFS 730

ENGAGING CHANGE: MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

BERGMAN & SADJADPOUR

 

SEST 510

U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY

MCFATE

SSP ONLY -- AS ELECTIVE

SEST 597

ECONOMICS OF NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY

JOCHUM

 

 

FOUNDATION COURSES - SPRING 2017

Any of these may also count as a CDS elective.

DEPT

COURSE

INSTRUCTOR

NOTE

ASST 779

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS & THE DIPLOMACY OF EAST ASIA

CHA

ASST ONLY

INAF 587

WOMEN, PEACE & SECURITY

VERVEER & ALAM

 

INAF 698

INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITARIAN CRISES

 

NON-GHDP

MSFS 526

INTERNATIONAL MEDIATION -- STRATEGY AND METHODS

CROCKER

MSFS ONLY

MSFS 577

ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY AND TRADE PROMOTION

GLICKMAN

 

MSFS 582

IDENTIFY AND CONFLICT

HABEEB

 

SEST 530

INTERNATIONAL SECURITY CORE COURSE

STANLEY

SSP ONLY -- AS ELECTIVE

Captsone Courses – One

Capstone courses will be offered by ISD director, staff, senior fellows and associates and are distinguished not so much by subject matter but format.  Structured as policy task forces or commissions, they focus on a diplomatic challenge, either functional or substantive, policy formulation and implementation and are inter-disciplinary. They require both a significant individual research/policy paper and a collaborative joint report to be presented to a panel of experts.

Elective Courses – FALL 2016

  • No more than 2 from concentration
  • Students may petition for courses not on the list
     

DEPT

COURSE

INSTRUCTOR

NOTE

ASST 511

INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY: EAST ASIA

TAJIMA

ASST ONLY

ASST 520

THE GROWTH OF CHINESE MILITARY POWER

WILDER

ASST ONLY

ASST 530

ILLICIT ECONOMIES IN ASIA

KIM, DIANA

 

ASST 706

EXPLORING THE LIMITS OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN DIPLOMACY 

LOHMAN

 

ASST 711

POLITICS & SOCIETIES OF SOUTHEAST ASIA

SHIPPER

 

GEST 590

POLITICS IN EUROPE AND THE EU

ANDERSON

MAGES ONLY

GHDP-622

FIELD OPERATIONS FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE

JERRY MONTGOMERY

 

GHDP 646

ELEVATING DEVELOPMENT IN FOREIGN AND ECONOMIC POLICY

SHAH, RAJIV

 

GHDP 756

FEAST OR FAMINE: AGRICULTURE AND THE TRIPLE BURDEN OF MALNUTRITION

SARAH LOWDER

 

INAF 372

REFUGEES & THE ARAB WORLD

   

INAF 488

FUTURE OF ISLAM & POLITICS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

SHAHIN

 

INAF 575

POLITICS OF AFRICAN MIGRATION

SMITH

 

INAF 648

INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION & DEVELOPMENT

MARVIN

 

INAF 674

TRANSATLANTIC PUBLIC DIPLOMACY

BOGER

 

INAF 687

REFUGEE LAW & POLICY

BOGER

 

INAF 725

COMPARATIVE POLITICS OF THE MIDDLE EAST

NEEP

MAAS ONLY

LASP 513

CHINA AND LATIN AMERICAN TRADE

KOTSCHWAR

 

LASP 521

ENERGY SECURITY: WESTERN HEMISPHERE

ESPINASA

 

LASP 579

PEACE PROCESS AND POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION IN LA

 

 

MAAS 510

ENVIRONMENT & SECURITY

DAOUDY

 

MAAS 546

POLITICS OF WATER

DAOUDY

 

MAAS 560

STRUGGLE FOR DEMOCRATIZATION IN NORTH AFRICA

JEBNOUN

 

MAAS 564

ECONOMICS OF THE MIDDLE EAST

SASSOON

MAAS ONLY

MSFS 507

Globalization: Intersocietal Relations

McAllister

MSFS only

MSFS 527

Analytical/Statistical Skills

 

MSFS only

MSFS 531

GLOBAL POWERS, INSTITUTIONS, AND GOVERNANCE

PALACIO

 

MSFS 535

TRADE NEGOTIATIONS AND COMMERCIAL DIPLOMACY

ROGOWSKY

 

MSFS 557

IMPACT OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS ON INTERNATIONAL & REGIONAL SECURITY

GALLUCCI

 

MSFS 613

COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

STAAB

 

MSFS 648

FRAGILE STATES IN AFRICA

GAMBINO

 

MSFS 717 

CREATING A 21ST CENTURY DIPLOMACY

GROSSMAN

MSFS only

SEST 546

TERRORISM AND COUNTERTERRORISM

BYMAN

 

SEST 573

SECURITY PROBLEMS IN SOUTH ASIA

FAIR

 

SEST 583

CHINA AND ITS MILITARY

MASTRO

 

SEST 585

U.S. POLICY & THE ARAB SPRING

ULLAH

 

SEST 587

SECURITY ISSUES IN LATIN AMERICA

HAYES

 

SEST 600

GLOBAL HEALTH AND NATIONAL SECURITY

BELK

 

SEST 602

VIOLENT NON-STATE ACTORS IN WORLD POLITICS

GARTENSTEIN-ROSS

 

SEST 610

CIVIL MILITARY RELATIONS

STANLEY

 

ELECTIVE COURSES – SPRING 2017

DEPT

COURSE

INSTRUCTOR

NOTE

ASST 701

CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY

SCOBELL

 

ASST 714

CONTEMPORARY KOREA

MERRILL

 

GOVT-590 

DIPLOMACY AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION

YALOWITZ

 

GOVT 701-704

QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN PRACTICE

   

GOVT-777

SUB-STATE VIOLENCE

BYMAN

 

INAF 529

DIPLOMACY AND STATECRAFT (EU-FOCUSED COURSE)

SMYSER

 

INAF 590

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN EUROPE

NEWMAN

MAGES ONLY

INAF 698

INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITARIAN CRISES

MARTIN

 

INAF 741

QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN PRACTICE

ECKEL

SPACE AVAILABLE ONLY

LASP 640

POLITICS OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN LATIN AMERICA

CHERNICK

 

MAAS 561

CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN NORTH AFRICAN POLITICS

JEBNOUN

 

MSFS 526

INTERNATIONAL MEDIATION – STRATEGY AND METHODS

CROCKER

MSFS only

MSFS 533

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS IN DECISION-MAKING

RYDER

 

MSFS 575

POLITICAL RISK ASSESSMENT

GORDON & CLINE

 

MSFS 580

THE FUTURE OF FOOD

GIORDANO

 

MSFS 582

IDENTITY AND CONFLICT

HABEEB, WM.

 

MSFS 600

ETHICS AND DECISION-MAKING

 

MSFS only

MSFS 609

DEVELOPMENT AND DEMOGRAPHY IN ASIA

STEPHEN

 

MSFS 638

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

CROCKER

MSFS only

MSFS 657

GOOD GOVERNANCE AND CAPABLE STATES

MUKHERJEE

 

MSFS 688

HUMAN RIGHTS, PROTECTION AND CONFLICT

IAIN GUEST

 

SEST 537

ETHNIC CONFLICT AND CIVIL WAR

SCHULTZ

SSP only

SEST 557

THE TECHONOLOGY OF ONPROLIFERATION AND ARMS CONTROL

IFFT

 

SEST 570

SECURITY PROBLEMS IN AFRICA

   

SEST 578

SECURITY PROBLEMS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND PERSIAN GULF

TAKEYH & NATALI

 

SEST 594

ENERGY AND SECURITY

LE VINE

 

SEST 606

THE LAW OF WAR IN THE AGE OF TERROR

SWIFT

 

 

EXAMPLES OF 350-499 COURSES

DEPT

COURSE

INSTRUCTOR

NOTE

REES 425

CENTRAL ASIA: FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS

KANGAS

 

REES 484

DIPLOMACY IN PRACTICE: SECURITY IN SOUTH CAUCASUS

YALOWITZ