|Relig, Ethics, Int Affairs - 35724 - THEO 185 - 01|
This course will be an introduction to the growing role of religion in diplomacy and international affairs. Subjects covered will be drawn from religion as a driver of conflict and as a resource for peace and reconciliation; religion as a moral source for regulating the use of force; religion as a moral source for promoting human rights; religion and global economic justice. Attention will also be given to the contested analysis of religion in contemporary International Relations theory and in U.S. diplomacy.
Associated Term: Spring 2019
Registration Dates: Dec 10, 2018 to Jan 18, 2019
Attributes: SFS/IPOL International Law, College/Bioethics
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