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CONF 695: Grand Strategy in Peace and War

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Students study grand strategy, or national security strategy, the state's plan to achieve its objectives to protect and promote its national interests in peace and war. Grand strategy, or national security strategy, is here defined as the use of four broad tools (economics, diplomacy, information, and military) in pursuit of national goals.

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Repeatable within Term


Topics vary; announced each academic year.

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

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