GOV 679 - National Security Affairs (3)

Explores how and why national security decisions get made and the manner in which they are made. It is "designed to increase student understanding of the political, organizational, and behavioral phenomena that are relevant to national security decision making at the national level" of political discourse in the United States. Using policy analysis, it focuses on the critical changes within the international and domestic political arenas and explore how these changes impact national security decisions of the President and his key advisors.