RUSSIAN/SOVIET CONCEPTS OF NATIONAL SECURITY IN A CHANGING WORLD HIST4022
Academic Session: 2013-14
School: School of Humanities
Level: Level 4 (SCQF level 10)
Typically Offered: Either Semester 1 or Semester 2
Available to Visiting Students: Yes
This course aims to provide an overview of past security dilemmas in order to grant students a clearer understanding of the crossroads at which contemporary Russia stands in terms of its security policy, not least in terms of being able to distinguish temporary from permanent operating factors in the development of today's Russian national security concept.
Three hours per week. This is one of the honours options in History and may not run every year. The options that are running this session are available on MyCampus.
Requirements of Entry
Available to all students fulfilling requirements for Honours entry into History, and by arrangement to visiting students or students of other Honours programmes
Coursework - class essay (2,000 words) (20%)
Coursework - seminar presentation (6%) seminar contribution (4%)
Examination - 120 minutes duration (70%)
Main Assessment In: April/May