Security Issues in Contemporary Asia: An Introduction Using Argument
The Melbourne Institute for Asian Languages and Societies has contracted with Austhink to present Security Issues in Contemporary Asia: An Introduction Using Argument Mapping.
course will be taught in
Semester 2, 2001. The course will commence with a seminar in
the John Medley Building, West Tower Floor 5 on Wednesday 1
August, at 3.00 pm. Thereafter, it will convene each Monday
afternoon from 4.15 until 7.15 pm in the Cecil Scutt Room,
Old Arts Building.
The instructor is Dr. Paul Monk.
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The subject will be of twelve weeks’ duration, structured as follows:
Introduction: Administration, reading guide, essay topics, overview of the
Security issues in contemporary Asia: an early 21st century survey.
Security analysis and argumentation: an introduction to Argument Mapping
First Argument: A TMD system for the US and its East Asian allies?
First Map: Creating an Argument Map around the TMD question.
Second Argument: China’s rise and the problem of Taiwan.
Second Map: Creating an Argument Map around the Taiwan question.
Third Argument: The prospect in Korea.
Third Map: Creating an Argument Map around the Korea question.
Completing the Argument Maps: Review of Methodology.
South Asia and the Bomb: Pondering Bracken’s Prognosis.
The Gift of Time: Jonathan Schell and the Vision of Sustained Peace.