Faculty of Arts


POLITICS 226

International Relations: Asia-Pacific


Description

This course examines the changing international relations in the Asia-Pacific. It consists of five major parts. Part I is an introduction to the history of Asia-Pacific. Part II examines great powers in the region, including China, Japan, Russia and the United States. Part III looks at smaller players, including the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands. Part IV investigates regional cooperation whereas Part V discusses some challenging issues in the region, such as the rise of China, the South China Sea disputes, the North Korea issue and the Taiwan issue.

Availability 2012

Semester 1

Lecturer(s)

Lecturer(s)  Corey Wallace

Assessment

Coursework + exam

Points

POLITICS 226: 15.0 points

Prerequisites

Any 30 points at Stage I in Political Studies


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