INTS 422 International Conflict Management

Spring, Fall

A survey of theoretical explanations of international and regional conflicts and an analysis of the practicalities of conflict management
and resolution through negotiation, mediation, adjudication, and various other forms of third party intervention. Emphasis is placed on
historical origins of conflict; its ethnic, religious, geographic, and political dimensions; and the complexities of conflict management and
resolution on the part of international actors.

Degree Requirements