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I R 362 : Domestic & Transnational Sources of US Foreign Policy

Prerequisites: Junior standing; ENG 214 or equivalent.
Description: The role of domestic interest groups, social movements, and ethnic groups in making US foreign policy, and the impact of international political economy and transnational social movements. Examination of how foreign events and polices affect Americans. (Plus-minus letter grade only.)
Units: 4
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