This subsection is arranged alphabetically by course topic. The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corp (AFROTC) courses address the requirements of the academic program. The History courses examine U.S. diplomatic history. The International Affairs courses explore the basic concepts of international affairs and application of international economic and social policies. The International Security courses cover the basic concepts, vocabulary, and analytical methods of international security studies. The Model Organization of American States (MOAS) courses prepare students for a mock session of the OAS General Assembly. The Policy Analysis courses analyze the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of public policies. The Ridgway Center files describe the activities of The Center for Arms Control and International Security Studies, which was rededicated in 1988 as The Matthew B. Ridgway Center for International Security Studies. U.S. Military Action courses examine the history and impact of wars waged by the United States from the American Revolution to Desert Storm. Each course topic combines materials from related courses, and consists of syllabi, bibliographies, examinations, quizzes, lecture outline, assignments, exercises, reference materials, and student evaluations.