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DHP D271: International Relations of the United States and East Asia: 1945 to the Present

Course Description

An examination of the international relations of the United States and East Asia since the end of World War II, principally U.S. interactions with China, Japan, and Korea, and secondarily, with Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Focus on fundamental concepts and realities of international politics governing interactions between the U.S. and East Asian nations, as well as the major geopolitical issues of the day. Study of the continuing patterns of interaction among the U.S. and East Asian states—the dynamics of wars, ideologies, political, economic, and cultural issues.

Course faculty: Sung-Yoon Lee
Course duration: Full semester
Credits/Units: 3.0

Spring 2020

Faculty: Sung-Yoon Lee
Room: Isobe Room (Mugar 251f)
Day(s): Monday, Wednesday
Time: 1:55 pm - 3:10 pm

Final Exam

Scheduled exam

Spring 2021

Faculty: Sung-Yoon Lee
Room: Isobe Room (Mugar 251f)
Day(s): Monday, Wednesday
Time: 1:55 am - 3:10 pm

Final Exam

Registrar-administered exam