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Fredrik Logevall

Laurence D. Belfer Professor of International Affairs

This course provides a basis for using history as a tool for analyzing foreign, security, and scientific policy. It also calls attention to some common fallacies in reasoning from history and discusses ways to avoid them. Along the way, we will consider the evolution of the modern international system and particularly the evolving role of the United States. 

Also offered by the History Department as Hist 1125.