The short answer is no. The ICS major is designed to give students both expertise in a region and ways to understand and think critically about global issues. We want students to choose courses that challenge them in both areas, so we require four courses in your Region and four courses in the Global category.
We do, however, allow students to double-count a content course conducted in their chosen non-English language for a language credit. For example, a class on Modern French Cinema conducted in French can count for both a Region course (Europe) and a foreign language course.