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DHP P206M: Maritime Security

Course Description

Maritime security is a constant fixture in security headlines. Ranging from territorial disputes in the South China Sea to piracy near strategic chokepoints, maritime security challenges are varied and complex. This course seeks to unravel these challenges by examining the basic foundations of maritime security. These include the key technologies and technological trends which affect maritime security, the role of Great Powers, the importance of chokepoints, and future of non-state actors. Students taking this course will emerge with a nuanced understanding of security challenges in the maritime domain and knowledge of maritime terminology used by practitioners in the field.

Course faculty: Rockford "Rocky" Weitz
Course duration: Full semester
Credits/Units: 1.5

Spring 2020

Room: Isobe Room (Mugar 251f)
Day(s): Monday
Time: 1:55 pm - 3:10 pm
SIS number: 24297

Final Exam

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