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IWPO 707
4 credits
IWPO 707
4 credits

IWPO 707 4 credits This course investigates the foundations of comparative economic systems. Broadly defined, comparative economic systems refer to the study of human interaction under alternative institutional arrangements. The overall objective of this course, therefore, will be to use the basic foundations of economic

Anne Rathbone Bradley
IWPO 711
4 credits
IWPO 711
4 credits

The Indo-Pacific region has surfaced as a critical strategic space, where inter-state competition is being fundamentally reshaped. As a designated “priority theater,” the Indo-Pacific is home to nearly two-thirds of humanity with a history of inter-state warfare between various nuclear-armed neighbors. The region hosts the

Saba Sattar
IWP/IWPO 714
4 credits
IWP/IWPO 714
4 credits

The goal of the course is to provide students with an overview of basic psychological concepts as they apply to key areas of national security and statecraft. The course will highlight some of the areas in which behavioral scientists contribute to U.S. national security and

Baiju Gandhi, Enrico Suardi
IWP 799 / IWPO 799
2 credits
IWP 799 / IWPO 799
2 credits

This course is intended to provide students with the opportunity to combine the various topics they have studied during their time at the Institute into a truly integrated strategy. Through the use of lectures, student-led seminar discussions, historical case studies, and group projects, students will