U6399: Weapons of Mass Destruction | J. Nolan

International and Public Affairs
Graduate Lecture
Th 4:10-6PM

This course is intended to provide students with an understanding of the strategic, military, and political implications of weapons of mass destruction, understood here to be nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons, with a particular focus on nuclear weapons in light of their more significant role in international politics. The course will seek to give students a grounding in the history and concepts of these weapons and then address key issues relating to WMD in the contemporary context.

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