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UC University of Chicago
UIUC University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
IU Indiana University
Iowa University of Iowa
UMD University of Maryland
UMich University of Michigan
MSU Michigan State University
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UW-Mad University of Wisconsin-Madison

Two Koreas: Political Economy and Regional Rivalry

 

Participating Universities

Institution Term Course Title Course Number
Credits
Host?
Enrolled
Available
Instructor/Tutor Room Location
Iowa Spring Two Koreas: Political Economy and Regional Rivalry ASIA: 4050 (039:147), POLI: 4050
No
0
OSU Spring Two Koreas: Political Economy and Regional Rivalry International Studies 5050
Yes
0
Young-Bae Hwang
UMich Spring Two Koreas: Political Economy and Regional Rivalry INTL STD 388
No
0

 

Course Details

Course Name Two Koreas: Political Economy and Regional Rivalry
Confirmed? Yes
Course Level Undergrad. & Grad.
Category Other
Description Understanding the Korean peninsula. Course will focus on the nature of North and South Korean regional rivalry and its global impacts. Security issues include North Korean nuclear threat, military alliances, & reunification prospects. Prereq: Soph standing, or permission of instructor.
Primary Instructor Young-Bae Hwang
Academic Year 2014-2015
Course Meeting Times T/Th 2:20-3:40
Campus course management system? Yes