GLOBAL 172 UN UNPluged
Instructor: Peter Bartu
Class #: 23782
Time/Location: MW 12:00-2:00pm – 126 Barrows
Final Exam Group: 11 – Wednesday, 5/13/2020 – 3:00-6:00pm
This course places the UN under the spotlight: history, culture and effectiveness and examines the organization’s key institutions in the context of a multipolar world. The course goal is to encourage students to think critically about the international system and the politics of global governance and to learn the necessary tools to research the United Nations and international organizations. The course is suitable for those interested in foreign policy, diplomacy.
For the most up to date information, please visit the Online Schedule of Classes.