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					         POLS 3001
Australian foreign policy: The
  Search for Security and
          Prosperity
     Course Administrator:
Robin Cameron
Copland 2116D
Ph: 612 54697
Robin.Cameron@anu.edu.au
Consultation Times:
Tuesdays, 2-4pm
                    Tutors:
•   Jeremy Moses
•   Robin Cameron
•   Damien Rogers
•   Michael Hutchison
•   Simon Watmough
•   Scott Flower
              Course Materials:
• Course Guide
• Reading Brick $39.00
• Website:
http://arts.anu.edu.au/sss/pols3001/default.htm
• International Relations Society
         Goals of the Course:
• Investigating the Context of current
  debates regarding AFP
• Learning the History of AFP
• Critically engaging with the foundational
  ideas of AFP
• Recognising the theories, themes and
  ambitions which drive AFP making
  today
• Using your knowledge, debates and
  conversations for good (instead of evil)
       Outline of the Course:
1. The theory and practices of
   Australian foreign policy making
2. The historical and intellectual
   context of Australian foreign policy
3. Australia’s major relationships and
   alliances
4. Contemporary Questions in
   Australian foreign policy
        Lecture/ Tutorial Details
• Lecture Times:
Tuesdays, 10-11am in Copland Theatre
Wednesdays, 1-2pm in Copland Theatre

• Tutorial Times – Tuesdays – Thursdays

• Electronic Tutorial Sign-Ups
http://arts.anu.edu.au/tutorials

				
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