This course examines globalization and its interaction with national politics. The movement of ideas, capital, goods, services, production, and people across national borders and provide a skeletal framework for the global political economy. Politicians, policy makers, and societies discover new opportunities, but also dilemmas as expanding interdependence challenge traditional notions of sovereignty and national policy autonomy. Prerequisites: L32 102 or L32 103.
Section 01TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS:
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