Washington Semester students have a front-row seat for the action as foreign policy is discussed, debated, and drafted. As a foreign policy semester student, you have unparalleled opportunities to examine firsthand the emerging issues in international relations through direct interaction with lobbyists, decision makers, government officials, public opinion shapers, members of the diplomatic corps, representatives of the media, and leading academic experts.
Spend the first five weeks examining the institutions, participants, and processes involved in international policy-making in our country. The remainder of the semester is spent examining specific issue areas such as national security and arms control, the Middle East crisis, international economic policy, and international development. If you want to understand how international events affect your life, personally and professionally, you should consider the Washington Semester Foreign Policy Program!
For detailed information visit: Washington Semester, Foreign Policy