My university started classes Monday and I teach two classes on Tuesday.

As I’ve mentioned before, I’m teaching American Foreign Policy and International Security this term. Note: those course descriptions pre-date my arrival (1991).

I don’t have any links to the syllabi (yet), but they should eventually appear here. Then again, my university uses Blackboard, which is easy to use and requires a password; thus, I may not bother to post the syllabi on the web.

In any case, those interested in some non-textbook readings in these areas might want to check out these two blogs I’ve created for the courses: POLS333, which is the USFP class, and POLS338, which is the Security course.

I’ve posted both required and recommended readings. The USFP course has 3 textbooks, the Security class only two. This largely explains why the latter course needs a larger number of external readings.

Comments on the readings are welcome.

I haven’t decided whether or not to use the new blogs for course-related discussion and communication. Thoughts?

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