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Sixteen courses offered for fall semester

For the fall, 2004 term, the Institute of World Politics is offering the following courses.

  • American Founding Principles and Foreign Policy 
    (Thursdays) Prof. Charles Smith
  • American Intelligence and Protective Security
    (Thursdays) Prof. Kenneth E. deGraffenreid
  • Comparative Intelligence Systems 
    (Wednesdays) Prof. David Thomas
  • Economics for Foreign Policymakers (Directed Study)
    (Tuesdays) Prof. Norman Bailey
  • Foreign Propaganda, Perceptions and Policy 
    (Tuesdays) Prof. J. Michael Waller and Prof. Herbert Romerstein
  • Geography and Strategy 
    (Wednesdays) Prof. Marek Chodakiewicz
  • Immigration and National Security
    (Mondays) Prof. David Burgess
  • Integrated Security Strategy: Principles and Process 
    (Mondays) Prof. John Tierney

  • Intelligence and Policy
    (TBA) Prof. David Thomas

  • International Relations: Principles and Practice 
    (Mondays) Prof. John Lenczowski

  • Latin American Politics, Economics, and Security 
    (Wednesdays) Prof. Roger Fontaine

  • Order, Force, and Diplomacy 
    (Thursdays 2:30-5:30 p.m.)

  • Strategic Information Warfare 
    (TBA) Prof. J. Michael Waller

  • Strategic Weapons Proliferation (Directed Study)
    (TBA) Prof. Henry Sokolski

  • U.S. Foreign Policy: Contemporary and Future Challenges (Directed Study)
    (Wednesdays 2:30-5:30 p.m.) Prof. Thomas Melady and Prof. John Tierney

  • Western Moral Tradition and American Foreign Policy 
    (Tuesdays 2:30-5:30 p.m.) Prof. Alberto Piedra

    Classes begin the week of September 7.  The application deadline for M.A. students is August 6. For Certificate students, the deadline is August 20.  For admissions information, click here