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https://ssp.mit.edu/about/subjects/17-408Explores the leading theoretical and methodological approaches to studying
China's interaction with the international system since 1949. Readings include
books and articles that integrate the study of China's foreign policy with the field
of international relations. Requires basic understanding of Chinese politics or ...
https://ocw.mit.edu/.../17-408-chinese-foreign-policy-fall-2013/Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets with US Secretary of State John Kerry
in New York City, September 2013.(Image courtesy of the U.S. Department of
State on flickr. State Department photo/Public Domain.) Instructor(s). Prof. M.
Taylor Fravel. MIT Course Number. 17.408. As Taught In. Fall 2013. Level.
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https://stellar.mit.edu/classlink/course17.htmlClass, 17.408 - Chinese Foreign Policy. Class, 17.41 - Intro International
Relations. Class, 17.42 - Causes & Prevention of War. MIT, 17.424 - Internatl Pol
Econ:Adv Ind Soc. Class, 17.430 - Research Seminar: International Relations.
Class, 17.432 - Causes of War: Theory and Method. Class, 17.447/17.448 -
https://polisci.mit.edu/graduate/subjectsChinese Foreign Policy · Fravel. M 11:00-1:00. Room E53-485. 17.408. Chinese
Foreign Policy · Fravel. M 11:00-1:00. Room E53-485. 17.424. International
Political Economy of Advanced Industrial Societies · Singer, M 9:00-11:00. Room
E53-438. 17.424. International Political Economy of Advanced Industrial
https://polisci.mit.edu/people/m-taylor-fravelBiography. M. Taylor Fravel is Associate Professor of Political Science and
member of the Security Studies Program at MIT. Taylor is a graduate of
Middlebury College and Stanford University, where he received his PhD. He has
been a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Olin Institute for Strategic Studies at Harvard
https://ocw.mit.edu/.../17-407-chinese-foreign-policy-fall-2005/This lecture course provides students with a comprehensive introduction to the
international relations of the People's Republic of China. China's foreign relations
during the Cold War as well as contemporary diplomatic, security and economic
issues will be examined to identify and explain China's foreign policy goals and ...
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https://polisci.mit.edu/files/ps/.../Fravel.17.408.syllabus.2013.pdfCHINESE FOREIGN POLICY. 17.408 (G). Fall 2013. M. Taylor Fravel.
Department of Political Science. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Office:
E40-471. Location: E53-438. Office Hours: By appointment. Time: Mondays, 1-
3pm. Email: email@example.com. Description. This graduate seminar examines the
main theoretical ...
www.mitocw.espol.edu.ec/courses/political.../this-course-at-mit/Course Overview. This page focuses on the course 17.408 Chinese Foreign
Policy as it was taught by Professor M. Taylor Fravel in Fall 2013. This course
explored the leading theoretical and methodological approaches to studying
China's interaction with the international system since 1949. Readings included
books and ...