Comparative World Governments (PLSC 331)
Explores the web of arrangements for handling movements of people, trade, and ideas across national boundaries. The United Nations and its forerunners are examined, as well as agencies to handle trade, finance, telecommunications, law enforcement, and other specialized concerns. Multinational corporations and independent organizations like Amnesty International, Red Cross, Greenpeace, and labor unions are looked at. What are the special concerns of non-Western nations? Does European unification provide a model for other regions? This course meets General Education requirements: Social Awareness, Global Consciousness; Race/Ethnicity/Gender Issues. Typically Offered Spring, Summer
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