May 9 – June 24, 2022

Course Schedule

NOTE #1: Additional readings may be assigned by professors, such as course readers, handouts, and on-line articles.
NOTE #2: The books below are largely from Other booksellers may also be used if it is more convenient and/or more cost effective to do so.

625 Peace, Strategy, and Conflict Resolution (Santoli)

632 U.S. Intelligence in the Cold War and Beyond (Thomas)

634 Geography and Strategy (Chodakiewicz)

642 Economics for Foreign Policy Makers (Bradley)

650 Writing for National Security Professionals (Sano)

  • No textbooks required for this course

663 Cyber Statecraft (Tsagronis)

These books are strongly recommended only. You are not required to purchase them if their cost is prohibitive and your expected use of them is limited.

668 The Role and Importance of HUMINT (Sano)

672 Crisis Management and Decisionmaking (Tsagronis)

No required texts

686 Terrorist Advocacy and Propaganda (Harmon)

Arabic, Chinese, French, and Russian languages

  • Please check with your professor about the required text/materials for the course.



IWPO 627 International Relations, Statecraft, and Integrated Strategy (Robbins)