Global Security Governance IS 842 (4)
Examines how states engage with the global security architecture to address a range of contemporary security challenges. Taking a comparative perspective, we investigate key actors' involvement with regional and international institutions such as the UN, NATO, and the EU. Issues may include disinformation, cybersecurity, outer space security, trafficking, and terrorism. Students with credit for IS 808 under the title "Global Security Governance" may not take this course for further credit. Students with credit for IS 402 may not take this course for further credit.