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Programs referencing this course
College of Professional Studies
College of Professional Studies (CPS)
PSHS
6241
Globalization of Threats and International Security
Globl Threats & Intl Security
Spring 2017
3
Course Type
Lecture
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Letter Grade
students in the MPS in homeland security program
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Corequisites

15
John Picarelli, Stephen Holland
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The intersection of globalization and national and international security; how globalization may create new threats while amplifying existing threats; the relationship of specific forms of globalized threat to globalization; responses of states and non-state actors to such threats; the role of international organizations.
Understand the relationship between globalization and security Identify the major forms of globalized threats Identify the major actors in various forms of globalized threats Analyze the roles and limitations of state responses to globalized threats Explain how nongovernmental and international organizations respond to globalized threats
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This course replaces PSSL 6241 Globalization of Threats and International Security.
Key: 9926