NS4240 Seminar on Regional Security Planning Problems

This seminar, which is the national security policy capstone course in the Resource Planning for Management and International Defense (RePMID) curriculum, provides advanced study of regional and inter-regional security problems which are likely to confront emerging democracies in the immediate and mid-range future. Potential roles of individual countries and coalitions are explored to develop new and innovative strategies for dealing with both common and unique security problems in diverse regions. Through the course readings, students critically analyze the implications of the most likely future security environment challenges and opportunities for each region.

Prerequisite

Completion of previous RePMID courses, or consent of instructor

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • As Required