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POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN KOREA
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Japan - International Christian University - 'International Christian Univ.', 'International Christian Univ. with Internship'
UC Course SubjectInternational Studies
Political Science
Number & Suffix: 132
Full UC Title: POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN KOREA 
Transcript Title: POLITICS & IR/KOREA 
UC QTR Units - Division: 2.5 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This course examines the relations between North and South Korea as well as Korea's relations with other countries in Northeast Asia. Students study some of the major developments in Korea's contemporary history, and learn the complicated ways in which domestic politics, national division, and international politics intersect each other. They critically assess the usefulness and limits of political theories in understanding Korea. The course aims to equip students with the political knowledge and intellectual tools with which they can better understand the politics and international relations in Korea and Northeast Asia in the past and future. Texts: THE TWO KOREAS: A CONTEMPORARY HISTORY by Don Orberdorfer, and KOREA'S PLACE IN THE SUN: A MODERN HISTORY by Bruce Cumings. Assessment: class participation (30%), group presentation (30%), and 2,000-word final paper (40%). 
Language of Instruction: English
 
Partner Title: POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN KOREA 
Partner University Department: International Relations 
Partner University Course Number: IRL236E