Published on September 28 2007
International Humanitarian Law wasn't too bad-- even though as of right now I have no clue how I did. The entire grade was more or less based on the essay-- and we all know what I think about essay writing. [grumble, grumble, never looks good enough to me] I have another day to obsess over re-writes and citations, but it's 99% written now. I hate it. So. Next up, beginning Monday. *This* looks like it's going to be a fun course!! (Why is it that I say that on the first day, and I'm tearing my hair out by the last week?)
MH304 American Foreign Policy 3 Semester Hours An examination of the historical context of American Foreign Policy from the entry of the United States onto the world scene at the turn of the 20th Century. The foundations of American attitudes to foreign engagement and the US role in the world is traced from Washington’s Farewell Address, to the Monroe Doctrine, and to the Doctrine of Manifest Destiny.