U.S. Foreign Policy and the Law (21160). 3 units. This course will examine U.S. foreign policy decision-making, including the role of domestic and international law. It will cover a series of case studies, contemporary and historical, and focus on the perspective of those who make and implement U.S. foreign policy: How is policy developed? What constraints do policymakers face? How are intersecting issues of policy and law addressed and resolved? Jake Sullivan, most recently the senior policy advisor for Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid and formerly the Secretary of State’s Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Policy Planning, Deputy Assistant to President Obama and National Security Advisor to Vice President Biden, is co-teaching the course. Grade will be based on class participation and the final examination or paper. Enrollment limited to thirty. Self-Scheduled examination or paper option. P. Gewirtz and J.J. Sullivan.
Course Bidding: In addition to ranking this course among limited enrollment bids, interested students should also submit a statement of interest and a CV by December 8 at 4:20 p.m.
Note: No drops will be permitted after the final day of the add/drop period. First-day class attendance is required.
SLB - 124 (Mon) Grade mode: graded CRN: 24148
Exam: 5/01/2017 - 5/15/2017 Questions available online Name or Id: Id Length: 4 hour(s)