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Course Description

In this seminar/discussion course, we will complete our analysis of Henry Kissinger's classic and provocative work "Diplomacy," reading chapters 20 to 25. Discussion topics will include negotiating with the Communists during the Eisenhower administration; the Suez crisis; the Hungarian revolution; the Berlin crises, 1958-63; the Atlantic alliance under Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy; and the roots of American involvement in Vietnam. The class will be divided into active participants and observers. | Facilitated discussion.
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Section Title
Diplomacy—Part 3: Active Participants
Type
Online - Zoom
Days
Th
Time
11:00AM to 12:15PM
Dates
May 20, 2021 to Jun 24, 2021
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
7.5
Delivery Options
Virtual Classroom  
Course Fees
Instructors
Section Notes

Please note: There are two separate sections offered for this course. The first section is reserved for students who will engage in discussion with the instructor each week. They must commit to the weekly readings of approximately 25 pages in order to fully participate in the discussion. The second section is for observers who wish to listen and learn from the discussion (that is, with microphones muted and video off). Students in this section should also read the weekly assignment. There are no prerequisites for this course.

Required reading: Henry Kissinger, Diplomacy (9780671510992)

Section Title
Diplomacy—Part 3: Observers
Type
Online - Zoom
Days
Th
Time
11:00AM to 12:15PM
Dates
May 20, 2021 to Jun 24, 2021
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
7.5
Delivery Options
Virtual Classroom  
Course Fees
Instructors
Section Notes
Please note: There are two separate sections offered for this course. The first section is reserved for students who will engage in discussion with the instructor each week. They must commit to the weekly readings of approximately 25 pages in order to fully participate in the discussion. The second section is for observers who wish to listen and learn from the discussion (that is, with microphones muted and video off). Students in this section should also read the weekly assignment. There are no prerequisites for this course. Required reading: Henry Kissinger, Diplomacy (9780671510992)