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ISP 401 : World Politics and Global Issues

The course offers an overview of various aspects of international relations ranging from historical developments to contemporary global issues in international politics. The international politics of the Asia-Pacific region will be included in the course as much as possible. The professor is a former Korean diplomat with wide ranging experience on the subject.

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ISP 402 : International Relations in East Asia

The class covers present international political and diplomatic relations and studies the historical development of international relations in the East Asian region dating back to the opening of China, Japan and Korea. Major international events including opium war, Meiji retauration, Sino-Japanese war, Anglo-Japanese alliance, Russo-Japanese war, Pacific war, division of Korea, Korean War, Sino-American detente tec. will be covered in the lecture

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ISP 403 : Korean Politics and Diplomacy

This course aims to introduce students to the developmental process and general characteristics of Korean politics and diplomacy. Topics include the historical development of Korean political structures and institutions, political processes, international relations, Korean Reunification, peace and prosperity in the world.

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ISP 404 : Korea and the United Nations

The purpose of this course is to study the objective, structure and practice of the United Nations, as well as its role in the establishment and unification of Korea. The Korean Armistice Agreement, which was approved by the United Nations General Assembly, provides for a political conference to achieve the unification of Korea. Since then, the United Nations has played an important role keeping peace in the Korean peninsula as well as in permanent world peace. This course combines lectures with seminars.

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ISP 405 : Korean-American Relationship

This course is designed to introduce students to key aspects of Korean-American relations from a historical perspective. Special attention will be given to political, diplomatic, economic, social and cultural issues that have shaped the relationships between the two countries since 1860s to the present. Achieving these goals the first part of the class provides historical information with lecture and the later half consists of article presentations and discussions by the students.

ISP 406 : Political Thought in Developing Nations

As international cooperation increases in our growing global world, once underdeveloped countries are entering the world stage as real political, social, and economic powers. This course critically examines many concepts and theories of development, and assesses their utility in understanding political, economic, and social change in the developing world. This course also explores how changing politics in developing nations can affect the existing cultures, the arguments for short-term vs. long-term change, and the arguments for and against outside (i.e. foreign) aid and/or intervention.

ISP 407 : International Conflicts

Our world is one now rife with conflict, from minor territorial disputes to national military-level engagements to outright genocide. This course will explore the roots of international conflict, how international conflict starts, and if/how it is ever truly resolved. Students will learn about types of international conflict, from resource to racial, and the justifications used by aggressor nations to begin conflicts. Students will also be encouraged to debate the moral and ethical dilemmas presented by international conflict and to explore alternate solutions to historical international conflicts.

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ISP 408 : International Organizations

Governments are not the only international powers playing on the world stage. Everything from business to religion has its players, and all are eager to wield the power to influence the world. In this course students will explore international organizations ranging from NGO셲 (non-government organizations) to world religions to large corporations and the influence they wield in our increasingly global world. Students will also explore the benefits and misuses of such power, and how individual organizations seek to reshape the world for a variety of reasons including religious conformity, profitability, and resource control.

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ISP 409 : International Negotiation

Negotiation and good communication are absolutely essential in our current international political and business environment. In an increasingly globalized world, however, the ability to communicate is important in not only politics and business, but in almost every aspect of our lives. This course will explore theories and applications in international negotiation and its various functions. Students will learn the practical aspects of negotiation, techniques for negotiating in politics and business, and how these techniques can be applied beyond the bounds of government and economy.

ISP 410 : Human Rights in a Global World

Almost every nation believes in some form or another of human rights. But what these rights are and who should be included or excluded from them can vary widely from nation to nation. In this course students will explore the human rights issues facing the world and how various nations have reacted in the past and are reacting to them in the present. Students will learn that cultural differences can play as important of a role as political, social, economic, and religious differences in determining how many human rights issues are viewed by various nations and how these nations choose to act on (or why they choose to ignore) these issues.

ISP 411 : Forensic Science Study with Criminal Cases

It is intended to describe what criminal investigators should know and how to solve crime cases at field. This lecture's objective is aims at every criminal investigators understand the mechanism of scientific investigation through diverse scientific cases.

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