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Cyberwarfare

WHY take the course?

  • National security is threatened by terrorism as well as by the organizations that support and sponsor it. However, larger concerns than terrorism are at stake. They include:
    • The liberal arts raise fundamental questions about global security.
    • The art of politics raises general questions about U.S. national security in a global setting.
    • U.S. national security policy responds to specific security concerns at the edges of U.S. authority.
  • The course satisfies one of the international relations-comparative politics distribution requirements for students majoring in politics.
  • It counts as a course for graduation.
  • Politics 340 may be used for senior assessment.

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