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Academic Year 2005/2006
GOVT 333 FA
Nations have increasingly attempted to manage their interdependence through the use of international organizations. This course represents a systematic study of these organizations: their structures, impact, success and
failure. Emphasis will be placed on analyzing competing theories of international organization and evaluating current debates over the performance of these organizations in today's most important international issue
security, economic efficiency, economic redistribution, human rights, hunger and the environment.
Ziring, Riggs, and Plano, THE UNITED NATIONS
UNA-USA, ISSUES BEFORE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY (current issue)
Harold Jacobsen, NETWORKS OF INTERDEPENDENCE
EXAMINATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS
Three research papers.
Gen Ed Area Dept:
Links to Web Resources For This Course.
- Instructor(s): Gallarotti,Giulio
- Times: .M.W... 02:40PM-04:00PM; Location: PAC104;
- Reserved Seats: (Total Limit: 17)
- SR. major: 11 Jr. major: 6
- SR. non-major: X Jr. non-major: X SO: X FR: X
- Curricular Renewal: Speaking, Writing
Last Updated on MAR-30-2006
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