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International Relations

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International Relations

International Relations is a multidisciplinary field of study that examines interactions between actors in the global political system. This course typically covers a range of topics related to international politics, including the nature and sources of power, the role of international organizations, the dynamics of conflict and cooperation, and the impact of globalization.

Throughout the course, students will be introduced to key concepts, theoretical approaches, and historical events that have shaped the global political landscape. They will also examine contemporary issues, such as global governance, human rights, and environmental politics, and explore the ways in which states, non-state actors, and international institutions interact to address these challenges.

In addition, students will develop analytical skills and critical thinking abilities through the analysis of case studies, debates, and simulations. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of the complexities of international relations and will be equipped to analyze and interpret global events with a critical and informed perspective.

International Relations

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International Relations

  • IR CH1
    26:01
  • IR CH02
    22:45
  • IRCH03
    15:40
  • IRCH04
    17:18
  • IRCH05
    15:49
  • IRCH06
    17:39

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