POLI 385

International Relations of Asia

Political Science College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences

Course Description

Foreign policies and international relations of China, Japan, and Northeast and Southeast Asia; historical and contemporary review and analysis.

When Taught

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Political Process, Theory, and Thought

Learning Outcome

Possess a factual and analytical knowledge of East Asia and its international relations, political theories and political processes 

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Political Process, Theory, and Thought

Learning Outcome

Developing an appreciation for the diversity and dynamism of the Asia Pacific

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Globalization

Learning Outcome

Understand the extend to which Asian States have not simply "reacted" to the West, but have "interacted" with it in an increasingly globalized world.

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Critical Thinking and Analysis

Learning Outcome

Interpret contemporary developments by reference to past traditions and history

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Critical Thinking and Analysis

Learning Outcome

Understand the extent to which Asian states have not simply "reacted" to the West, but have "interacted" with it  

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Political Process, Theory, and Thought

Learning Outcome

Possess a factual and theoretical knowledge of countries, political processes, political theories, and political thought.

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Effective and Professional Writing

Learning Outcome

Write professional grade research papers on political science questions.

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Critical Thinking and Analysis

Learning Outcome

Think critically, analytically, and synthetically.