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IWP 636 / IWPO 636
4 credits
IWP 636 / IWPO 636
4 credits

This course introduces students to the art of diplomacy in the Western tradition, with an emphasis on the modern American experience. It examines the development of the traditional art of diplomacy over time and how technology, communications, and ideology have affected both the authority of

G. Philip Hughes
IWP 637 / IWPO 637
4 credits
IWP 637 / IWPO 637
4 credits

This course examines the history, theories, and methodologies of public diplomacy and strategic influence since the end of World War II.   The objective of the course is to help prepare the student to integrate public diplomacy and strategic influence with other tools - traditional diplomacy,

David Glancy, Caitlin E. Schindler
IWP 641 / IWPO 641
4 credits
IWP 641 / IWPO 641
4 credits

The objective of this course is to prepare the student to master the basic knowledge of political and psychological warfare as instruments of leadership and statecraft from antiquity to the present, and with an eye toward the future.

David Glancy
IWP 642 / IWPO 642
2 credits
IWP 642 / IWPO 642
2 credits

This eight-week course is designed to equip students with a basic understanding of economic history, theory and practice, which can be applied to careers in foreign policy, intelligence, or national security.

Anne Rathbone Bradley
IWP 652 / IWPO 652
4 credits
IWP 652 / IWPO 652
4 credits

The course is designed to provide an in depth understanding of the fundamentals of a central element of the intelligence and national security process: estimative analysis.

Darlene Almont, Chris Almont
IWP 656 / IWPO 656
4 credits
IWP 656 / IWPO 656
4 credits

This course is designed to familiarize students with the nature, organization, activities, and key issues surrounding the variety of methods of intelligence and counterintelligence collection.

David L. Thomas
IWP 678 / IWPO 678
4 credits
IWP 678 / IWPO 678
4 credits

Lying somewhere between overt diplomatic initiatives and direct military intervention, covert action is often referred to as the "third option" when addressing foreign policy issues that impact on U.S. national security interests. This course will address the many facets of covert action.

John R. Sano
IWP 679 / IWPO 679
4 credits
IWP 679 / IWPO 679
4 credits

This course will expose students to one of the critical elements of national security and defense policy -- national security and resource planning -- underscoring the synergistic relationship between policy, strategy, and resources.

Wayne A. Schroeder
IWP 688 / IWPO 688
4 credits
IWP 688 / IWPO 688
4 credits

This course attempts not only to chart through the transformation of energy use over the past century, but also, most importantly, to expand our understanding of today’s concept of "energy security" and "geopolitics of energy" and how they fit within the rubric of national security.

Sara Vakhshouri
IWPO 699
4 credits
IWPO 699
4 credits
This course will introduce the student to the study and practice of Cyber intelligence, from a government and commercial perspective.
Paul M. Davis
IWP 701 / IWPO 701
2 credits
IWP 701 / IWPO 701
2 credits
The course examines Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) as it is organized, executed, and utilized by the U.S. Intelligence Community, commercial industry, and foreign partners.
Nathan Hodge
IWP 703 / IWPO 703
2 credits
IWP 703 / IWPO 703
2 credits
This course aims to educate future leaders of American foreign policy and national security to better understand North Korea as the hardest intelligence target and the uniqueness of its clandestine operations and revolutionary strategies.
Amanda Won