GOVT S-20 Introduction to Comparative Politics
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This course provides an introduction to the key concepts and theories in comparative politics. Topics include democracy and authoritarianism, social revolutions, political economy of development, ethnic conflict, modernization, political culture, state formation, institutions, rationality, and civil society. We examine these topics in light of the empirical evidence drawn from Africa (Nigeria and Rwanda), the Americas (Mexico and the United States), Asia (China, India, South Korea), Europe (Britain and Germany), Middle East (Iran), and post-communism (Russia and former Yugoslavia).
Tuesdays, Thursdays, 3:15-6:15 pm
Center for Government and International Studies, South Building S010
Start dateTuesday, June 20
Shinju Fujihira, PhD.
Executive Director of the Program on US-Japan Relations, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
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