JPA376Y0: Transforming Global Politics: Comparative and Chinese Perspectives

Hours

48L

Set against the backdrop of the rise of China, this course examines the dynamics of global change from comparative and Chinese perspectives. Themes include international security, political economy, political development and democracy, global climate change, economic development, poverty and inequality, corruption, technology innovation, among others.

(Given by the Department of Political Science and the Contemporary Asian Studies Program)

Prerequisite
POL208H1/POL208Y1/POL209H5/POLB80H3/POLB81H3/POL224H1/POL224Y1/CAS200Y1
Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Society and its Institutions (3)