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PLCY798C Science, Technology, and International Security Policy
3 Credit(s)

Examines the roles of science and technology (S&T) in the development of conventional (e.g., missiles, bombs) and unconventional (e.g., nuclear, chemical, and biological) weapons and their associated threats to U.S. and international security. Will introduce new ways of thinking about security-technology policy interaction, drawing on political science, security studies, and S&T studies.
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