IN 600 Ethics, Religion, and International Politics (Fall/Spring: 3)

Prerequisite: Dept. Permission Required
Corequisite: IN 60501 through IN 60502
Cross Listed with TH563
See International Studies or the Theology Department for registration approval. Preference to Theology and International Studies majors and minors.
An examination of the role of religion in international politics and of ethical approaches to international affairs. Special emphasis will be given to religion as a source of conflict, religious communities as transnational agents for justice, protection of human rights, and peace; the historical development and contemporary formulations of ethical norms for the use of force; and ethical and religious contributions to reconciliation and solidarity.
Erik Owens
TBD for Spring

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