Peace Through Development: Deterring Terror and Building Alliances

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IWP 670
Four credits 

The goal of this course is to demonstrate how history, culture, and the relationship among local families, clans, and tribes are essential components to developing proactive security solutions in today’s unpredictable world.  This course introduces, compares, and contrasts different modes of building alliances necessary to negate the influence of increasingly diversified extremist groups through community-based and non-violent means.  The course will introduce instruments of meaningful if non-traditional engagement that could be available to policy makers and withstand fluctuations in government policies.  

Photo courtesy of Asia America Initiative.

Semester Available

Spring Semester

Principal Professor

   Albert Santoli
Founder and President, Asia America Initiative {read more}