Peace and Security in Northeast Asia
General Catalog Course Title:
Special Topics in Regional Conflict
Terms Offered:
Spring 2016
Spring 2015
Spring 2013
Course Thread: 
Human Rights
Instructor: 
Zook, Darren

Northeast Asia, defined here as the region comprising the Korean Peninsula, Japan, China and Taiwan, has become one of the most dynamic and complex areas for peace and security issues in international politics. This course will examine the many layers of peace and security in Northeast Asia, ranging from local disputes to region-wide crises. Aside from more military and political elements, this course will also explore other aspects of peace and security that will include environmental protection, human rights, social security and public health.

For more detailed information about classes, please visit the UC Berkeley Online Schedule of Classes.