POLS 428 Transatlantic Relations

The transatlantic relationship remains at the heart of the international system in the 21st century. While other countries, regions, and non-state entities affect the distribution of capital, security, and law around the globe, Europe and United States still dominate security provisions, economic output, investments and international organizations, even as the latter is changing. This course examines the history, current conditions, and prospective future of relations between the United States and Europe, focusing primarily on security, economic, and geopolitical aspects, and ties with third countries such as Russia and China.


3 credits


POLS 111 OR POLS 117 OR POLS 120 AND ONE OF POLS 322, POLS 332, POLS 333, OR POLS 355




140-UG Level 4 Advanced