Undergraduate Course Code: POL466H1F L5101
Topics in International Politics III
Japanese Politics and Diplomacy: Regional and Global Dynamics in a Turbulent Era
The aim of this course is to encourage upper-level undergraduate and graduate students to understand environmental complexities surrounding the post-World War II Japan, and consequent security policies and strategies derived from them. The course is particularly ideal for students interested in the origin and the current state of Japan's international and domestic politics, national security principles, and national identity/historical narratives embraced by mainstream public, in the midst of current international system under uncertainty.
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