GOV 338L • East Asian International Relations - W
2:00 PM-3:00 PM
Contains a substantial writing component and fulfills part of the basic education requirement in writing. Upper-division standing required.
Analysis of evolving American, Chinese, Japanese, and Russian policy logics involving security and economic problems in Pacific Asia. Patricia Maclachlan's ANS 361/GOV 365L International Relations of East and Southeast Asia is an introductions to the region. This course quite differently focuses on the four regional powers.
10 page research paper (in three stages) 4 three page written exercises
Ellings, Richard J. and Aaron L. Friedburg, eds. Strategic Asia 2001-02: Power and Purpose. Johnston, Alstair I. and Robert S. Ross, eds. Engaging China: The Management of an Emerging Power. Course packet