TEACHING

IAFF 1005 Introduction to International Affairs

Introduction to the field of international affairs; the challenge of promoting cooperation and order in a world in which competition, conflict, and disorder are common; interstate relations, intrastate conflicts, regional problems, and old and new global challenges.
Semesters Taught: Fall 2016 (TA)

PSC 1003 Introduction to International Politics

Analysis of world politics, focusing on the role of nation-states and international organizations and on selected foreign policy issues.
Semesters Taught:  Fall 2014 (TA), Spring 2015 (TA), Spring 2018 (TA)

PSC 2442 International Organizations

Development and operations of international organizations working in the areas of collective security, peacekeeping, trade, finance, environment, human rights.
Semesters Taught:   Fall 2015 (TA)

IAFF 6101 International Affairs Cornerstone

Development and operations of international organizations working in the areas of collective security, peacekeeping, trade, finance, environment, human rights. 
Semesters Taught: Fall 2017 (TA)

PSC 3192 Political Economy of International Security

Analysis of the the relationship between economics and international security, with a focus on conflict, dependence, interdependence, and selected foreign policy issues.
Semesters Taught: Spring 2020 (Instructor, Expected)

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