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Global Policy

The Global Policy pathway has two streams – International Policy and U.S. Foreign Policy. The International Policy stream focuses on issues of globalization, development and equity, and international organizations. The U.S. Foreign Policy stream examines the history of U.S. relations with other nations, current policies, and issues of national and international security. A sampling of past internships in these areas is included – for a full listing, visit the Sanford Career Services Office.

Global Policy Path 1: International Policy
Possible Courses Globalization and Public Policy
  Racial and Ethnic Economic Inequality
  Global Health Ethics
  International Democratization
  Comparative Health Care Systems
  Global Health Democratization
  Counterterrorism Law and Policy
  International Democratization
  Assisting Development
  9/11: Causes Response & Strategy
Potential Internships Amigos de los Americas
  Gun Free South Africa
  Muni Seva Ashram
  National Democratic Institute for International Affairs
  Pro Mujer

See also the Duke Center for International Development and the Duke in Glasgow Program

Global Policy Path 2: U.S. Foreign Policy
Possible Courses Globalization and Public Policy
  United States Foreign Policy I: WWII - Vietnam
  United States Foreign Policy II: Vietnam - Present
  Contemporary U.S. Foreign Policy
  Counterterrorism Law and Policy
  Politics of U.S. Foreign Policy
Potential Internships National Foundation for Women Legislators
  United Nations Information Centre
  U.S. Department of Defense

See also the Triangle Institute for Security Studies (TISS)