Nuclear Weapons & International Security Syllabus

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This course serves as an introduction to the study of nuclear security. Students are provided with the necessary background and knowledge base needed for understanding contemporary nuclear strategy and policy issues. How do nuclear weapons shape international politics? Why do some states build the bomb and not others? Is a world free of nuclear weapons really possible? What is the future of America’s nuclear alliances? Are the superpowers headed for another nuclear arms race? These are just some of the important questions covered in this course.

This is a syllabus for a sophomore/junior-level course on nuclear weapons and international security.

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Total activity time 2.5 hours - 1 semester
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  • At the end of the course, students will have mastered the core concepts of nuclear strategy and contemporary debates/issues. Students should have acquired knowledge and understanding of key concepts, theories, and debates involved in the study of historical and contemporary nuclear security issues. Students should also have developed the skills to analyze complex situations, synthesize information, and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
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