BPC-310 Political/Military Analysis

Have you ever looked at a dumpster fire and asked yourself, “What in the world is happening here...”  Using several robust case studies, this course introduces the student to a reliable method of political military analysis, that when applied judiciously, will lead to a sophisticated understanding of the dynamics within the foreign country or region of their assignment. Furthermore, the cases provide the start point for specific analyses of associated operational issues, questions, and problems. This analytical approach is a study-of-the-whole by examining the nature of parts of the whole.  The result is not merely a multi-faceted description of a certain phenomenon, physical or social, but an explanation of how those facets relate to each other and create the whole.  The student will understand how parts of society function in relation to each other, influence each other, and how the whole the works in program development.