Political Science | Intl Pol Controversies
Y102 | 5492 | Brazys


This course is intended as an introduction in the 21st century
politics of globalization for a wide range of majors including,
Political Science, Economics, Pre-Law Studies, International
Business, International Anthropology, International Environmental
Studies and a range of Area Studies Programs.  This course focuses
on understanding the impact of 9/11 on the actors involved in the
globalization process.  The course will cover the following topics:

1)	The history of globalization;
2)	The actors in the globalization process
3)	The critics of globalization;
4)	The supporters of globalization;
5)	The impact of 9/11 on globalization;
6)	WTO Doha Round in-class simulation

The purpose of this course is to provide an introductory
understanding of the process of globalization and how it is shaped
both by actors and events.  By providing the historical context of
world trade and an introduction to the important players involved in
the globalization process, this course will enable students to think
critically about both the benefits and drawbacks of the emerging
world order.