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As a state with one of the largest arsenals of nuclear weapons Russia is a key participant of nuclear non-proliferation regime and defines nuclear arms control as a priority of its foreign policy. This course will discover the logic and the frames of Russian nuclear arms control policies. You will learn the historical background and the modern context of bilateral US-Russian relations in nuclear arms control and understand how these relations influence the global nuclear non-proliferation regime. You will get the basic tools for analyzing Russian defence and security policy in regards to nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament. Upon the completion this course the students will… ...be able to - analyze the actions of a state from the point of view of the present treaties on nuclear arms control; - come up with their own opinion on the problem commented by the arms control experts; - make arguments supporting their position in discussions of nuclear arms control. ...get to know - the technical, political and strategic aspects of agreements on nuclear arms control; - the content of arms control treaties in which Russia participates; - the trustworthy informational resources dedicated to the problem of nuclear arms control. ...be familiar with - the special terminology in the area of arms control; - the modern state and the perspectives of international policy regarding nuclear arms control; - the basics of Russia’s nuclear arms control policy....

Top-Bewertungen

KM
20. Apr. 2019

A great course that covers the basics of about sixty years worth of treaties. If you care about the future of humanity, and your interested in International Relations, this class is a must.

IP
19. Jan. 2020

Clear and concise presentation of the Russian view of one of the most fundamental subjects in contemporary international relations. Thank you so much!

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von ibrahim A T

20. Feb. 2018

Excellent Course. One of the best on this site. I wish they had a diploma in military subjects to pursue in person.

von William W

5. Aug. 2019

A solid background into the complex issues that face Russia and the USA in the past, present, and future of nuclear arms control. Focus is on the issues in terms of politics and negotiation as opposed to being overly technical in nature.

von Jared E

28. Mai 2018

Very difficult quizzes.

von Storm S

31. Jan. 2021

I really enjoyed this course even though it is the hardest course ive ever studied with Coursea. Far harder than International law or counter terrorism .

The two tutors have excellent English. And for all the new students make sure you read the extra readings. All the answers are there....

von Manuel C

3. Juni 2020

A very challenging and rewarding experience that introduces you to a wide variety of fascinating topics. It is not only taught by excellent teachers but also accredited by one of the most important universities of the world in the field of conflict and international relations.

von Kevin M M

20. Apr. 2019

A great course that covers the basics of about sixty years worth of treaties. If you care about the future of humanity, and your interested in International Relations, this class is a must.

von Ioana P

20. Jan. 2020

Clear and concise presentation of the Russian view of one of the most fundamental subjects in contemporary international relations. Thank you so much!

von Anastasiia B

12. Apr. 2018

The course contains substantive information. I also was glad to listen to the speakers, their English pronunciation is quite good! Thank You!

von Laura S

9. Aug. 2020

The course was very interesting and useful. I would recommend to make it up-to-date with the INF Treaty since the US withdrawn from it.

von Olivier D P

6. Mai 2021

Excellent lecture made by the two intervenants. This is well explaned and very clear. Do not hesitate to produce an other MOOC

von JOHN Q

6. Dez. 2017

An interesting course with information vital to all of us. Thanks so much.

von Julio V E

24. Mai 2018

Very clear and good explanations about the world of nuclear weapons!!

von Iuri M P

14. Apr. 2020

Really interesting. It's not going to be easy, but worth it

von Sarah A

31. März 2020

This is a really interesting and informative course.

von Адаев В А

22. März 2020

Best curses of all the coursera program ever!

von Abdullah Z M

23. Feb. 2018

very informative and attention catching

von Aya M L N

20. Sep. 2020

Thanks a lot

von Arturo S M

14. Sep. 2020

muy completo

von 납작복슝아

11. Feb. 2019

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von Silvia K

10. Jan. 2021

This course provides interesting material and insights on several aspects of international relations that I had never considered before. The lessons are very clear, well organized, and easy to follow. The only thing I must complain about is: why are final tests locked? I know you are allowed to do it, but why not leave the final tests open and only require a payment for the official certificate?

von Vinayak K

5. Aug. 2021

I find the course very insightful and informative. It covers the basics of Nuclear Technology, Weapon Technology, USA and Russia strategic frameworks, Cold War, tireless Negotiations and explains commitment of Russia-USA towards Nuclear Arms Control + Non proliferation

von Chenliang Y

4. Okt. 2020

Well, this course is novel, and it provides a viewpoint of Nuclear and arm control from Russia

But for common people its just kind of a skill to kill dragon, and u will never meet a real dragon in your life.

von Nicholas Z

5. Apr. 2021

Good course. The tests, especially in the early weeks, are difficult because they mention topics and concepts that you will only learn about later. Make sure to do the recommending reading.

von Joy S

19. Jan. 2019

Solid info

von Ray E

6. Aug. 2020

The quizzes were extremely difficult and don't correspond with the course. However, I appreciate the courses and the professors.