About Course

International relations, as it is presented in the flow of daily news concern a large number of disparate events; leaders are meeting, negotiations are concluded, wars are started, acts of terror committed, and so on. In order to make sense of all this information we need to know a lot about the contemporary world and its history; we need to understand how all the disparate events hang together.

At university, we study these topics, but it is a basic tenet of the academic study of international politics that this rather messy picture can be radically simplified. Instead of focusing on the flow of daily news, we focus on the basic principles underlying it. This is what we will try to do in this module. So, let us begin by thinking big; what is international relations?, how was it made?, and how did it come to be that way?

 

What Will You Learn?

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Course Content

Chapter One: Understanding International Relations

  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Lesson 1.1 : Conceptualizing Nationalism, Nations and States
  • Lesson 1.2 : Understanding International Relations
  • Lesson 1.3 : The Nature and Evolution of International Relations
  • Lesson 1.4 : Actors in International Relations
  • Lesson 1.5 : Levels of Analysis in International Relations
  • Lesson 1.6 : The Structure of International System
  • Lesson 1.7 : Theories of International Relations
  • Chapter 1: Summery
  • Assignment I

Chapter Two: Understanding Foreign Policy and Diplomacy

Chapter Three: International Political Economy (IPE)

Chapter Four: Globalization and Regionalism

Chapter Five: Major Contemporary Global Issues

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