International History, 1890-1956
0.5 Credit

This course focuses on the problems of international relations in the years between 1890 and 1956. These years were particularly troubled because of the instability caused by the emergence of new ideologies (like communism and fascism) which challenged traditional conceptions of international order. The course examines the nature of this challenge and the ways more traditional states of all sizes tried to deal with this destabilization.

Additional Course Information
HI454 and HI654