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DHP P243: Internal Conflicts and War

Course Description

Instability, conflict, and irregular warfare within states due to burgeoning challenges posed by armed groups have proliferated in number and importance since the Cold War ended. With the spread of globalization, the technological shrinking of the world and interdependence of states and regions, these internal/transnational conflicts have taken new dimensions with far-reaching consequences. This seminar examines their patterns and evolution. Topics include examination of: the global strategic environment which armed groups exploit; the causes of internal/transnational conflict; types of armed groups, their operational patterns and strategies; and six case studies.

Course faculty: Richard Shultz
Course duration: Full semester
Credits/Units: 3.0

Fall 2019

Faculty: Richard Shultz
Room: Mugar 235
Day(s): Monday
Time: 3:20 pm - 5:20 pm
SIS number: 84418

Final Exam

Consult instructor for exam details

Fall 2020

Faculty: Richard Shultz
Room: Mugar 235
Day(s): Monday
Time: 3:20 pm - 5:20 pm

Final Exam

Consult instructor for exam details