Terror, Trade, and Foreign Policy

The events on September 11th created a dramatic a shift in American foreign policy. This course will examine the change in American foreign policy that occurred after these events. We will begin the class with a brief history of American foreign policy, followed by the events 9/11, and the “War on Terror.” Other areas that will be examined are the evolving relationship between business and politics, along with the growth of supra-national institutions such as the United Nations, European Union and the World Trade Organization. Current events and international relations will also dominate the class. Participation in class discussions is a key component of the class.

Important Documents

Class Calendar Legend

Class Orange = AP World History
Class Blue = AP European History
Class Green = Global History II
Class Yellow = Military History
Class Pink = Terror, Trade, & Foreign Policy
Syllabus - Terror, Trade, and Foreign Policy
This is the syllabus for the class.

Final Project - Presidential Daily Briefing
This is a copy of the final project for the class.  It is worth 20% of your final grade.

Important Links

Current Event Sheet
Use this sheet to submit your bi-weekly current events

The Cost of War