Arctic Politics and Governance — ACNS F669-UX1
|75807||2019-08-26 to 2019-12-14||This course traces current developments in Arctic politics and governance from multiple perspectives, including exploring interests, processes, and behaviors of Arctic governments and non-state actors, individually and collectively. The course surveys the formal and informal institutions that govern resource development, pollution, shipping, state-indigenous relations and security.||Chanda Meek||3.00||Prerequisites: PS F450, PS F452 or PS F454; graduate standing. A background in comparative politics and/or international relations is also recommended.|
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