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The Russian American Paradox - Extended Version - ONLINE ONLY

Course number : ILR981   ID : 20247    Section Number : 1
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The United States and Russia have had a deep relationship since the time of the American Revolution assuring deliveries of vital military supplies to the colonists/rebels. The ties deepened during the ensuing 19th century and extended through a wartime alliance during World War II. The Cold War ended that historical relationship and for the next 50 years the United States and the Soviet Union were adversaries. With the fall of the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact, there were some who hoped that U.S.-Russian relations could be normalized. Obstacles prevented that and today Russia is identified as a strategic adversary seeking to overturn the U.S. led global world order. How did we get here?  What is the unknown history? What can and should be done now?

Class Details

4 Sessions
Weekly - Wed

Location
OFF CAMPUS

Instructor
Jeffrey Steinberg 

 

Notice

Please read:  This course is offered in an online format only. Students must be able to access the course from your own computer/tablet using a link that will be emailed at least one business day prior to the course start. FCC will not be able to provide individual technical support to students during the class sessions. Should you experience difficulties and not be able to access the course, please contact the program office. Only students who have paid the course fee and are officially on the class roster, may join the online class session.

In County 

Price: $20.00

In State 

Price: $25.00

Out of State Price 

$30.00

Registration Closes On
Wednesday, July 8, 2020 @ 11:59 PM

Fees:

 $69.00


Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
7/8/2020 - 7/29/2020 Weekly - Wed 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Frederick, OFF CAMPUS  Map, Room: Off Campus Location Jeffrey Steinberg