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International Affairs (INAF)

Norman Paterson School of International Affairs
Faculty of Public Affairs

INAF 3000 [1.0 credit]

Policy in a Global Context

Analysis of international policy processes relevant to governments, non-governmental organizations, international organizations and multinational corporations, drawing upon theories of international relations, Political science, law and economics. Emphasis on analytical and normative aspects of public policy processes in international relations.
Prerequisites: third-year standing in the B.P.A.P.M. program and registration in the International Studies Specialization.
Lectures or seminars three hours a week.

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