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Fall 2018 Required Texts
September 4-December 14, 2018
Course Schedule

Please note: Many classes will have additional readings (articles, essays, etc.) that are not listed below. These will be listed in your course syllabi. 

601 National Security Policy Process (Tsagronis)

605 Intelligence and Policy (Thomas) - Both sections

608 American Founding Principles and Foreign Policy (Wood)

613 History of International Relations (Tierney)

615 Western Moral Tradition and World Politics (Wood) - Both sections

620 Contemporary Global Politics and Diplomacy (Chodakiewicz)

627 International Relations, Statecraft and Integrated Strategy (Lenczowski/Fontaine) - Both sections

630 Chinese Grand Strategy: Foreign and Military Policy (Pillsbury)

631 Foreign Propaganda, Perceptions, and Policy (Glancy)

633 Terrorism (Danis)

634 Geography and Strategy (Chodakiewicz) - Both sections

642 Economics for Foreign Policy Makers (Bradley) - Both sections

645 Islam in Contemporary Global Politics (Streusand)

647 Case Studies in Counterintelligence Operations (Quattrocki)

648 Military Intelligence and Modern Warfare (diGruttolo)

649 Mass Murder Prevention in Failed and Failing States (Chodakiewicz)

656 Intelligence Collection (Thomas/Blankenship)

657 U.S. Approaches to Irregular Warfare (Tsagronis)


  • No required books for this course


663 Cyber Statecraft (Tsagronis)

667 Forecasting and Political Risk Analysis (Glancy)

668 The Role and Importance of HUMINT (Sano)

678 Covert Action and National Security (Sano)

682 International Organizations and Multilateral Diplomacy (Schroeder)

683 Violent Non-State Actors in Today's Security Environment (Danis)

685 The Turks and MENA in History and Today (Williams)

  • Turkey and America: East and West - Where the Twain Meet