INTS 372 U.S. National Security Policy


This course examines the evolution of American military power and U.S. national security policy in the twentieth century. Emphasis is
placed on the dynamics of policy formation, the interaction of foreign and defense policy, and the impact of domestic politics and the
changing international environment on the policy process. Various strategic theories, assumptions about national security policy, and
dilemmas regarding the use of force are also examined.

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