Sep 16, 2021  
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PL 319 - What the United States Does Wrong in the World: Views from India and Answers from Washington


Credits: 4
Outside the United States, and outside Western Europe, the role of the United States in the world is often called “dominant,” “hegemonic,” “discriminatory,” and even “trigger-happy.” One source for this critique is India, a democracy now seeking great power status in the world. Many informed Indian strategic thinkers believe that the United States will block the rise of new great powers by such means as preventing the international movement of high technology. Is there substance to these charges? Can the United States government make a persuasive reply? These are the central issues of the course.
Prerequisites:   or permission of instructor.
Note(s): (Designated a Cultural Diversity course; fulfills global cultural perspective.)



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