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ASTU 202 Canada, Japan and the Pacific: Political, Economic and Geographical Perspectives
An interdisciplinary introduction to political, economic and geographical interactions between Japan and Canada, the links between these countries and other Pacific Rim nations, and the historical origins of these connections. Specific topics will vary from year to year, but will include themes such as economic integration in the Pacific region; the role of resource economies such as Canada's; security relations in the Pacific; the role of Japanese investment in the Asia-Pacific region.
Equivalents: GEOG 281
- Choose one section from all 2 activity types. (e.g. Lecture and Laboratory)
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|Restricted||ASTU 202 001||Lecture||2||Mon Wed||15:00||16:30||
There are 99 seats for Ritsumeikan Students and additional 40 seats for UBC students are available by registering in Geog 281.
|Full||ASTU 202 L25||Discussion||2||Wed||17:00||18:00|
|Restricted||ASTU 202 L26||Discussion||2||Mon||17:00||18:00|
|Restricted||ASTU 202 L27||Discussion||2||Mon||17:00||18:00|
|Restricted||ASTU 202 L28||Discussion||2||Wed||17:00||18:00|
|Restricted||ASTU 202 L29||Discussion||2||Wed||17:00||18:00|
|Restricted||ASTU 202 L33||Discussion||2||Mon||17:00||18:00|