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World Politics (Online Course)
June 10 @ 12:00 am - August 9 @ 12:00 am$950
3 credits / 9 weeks
10 Jun 2019 – 9 Aug 2019
Professor Ross Ryan
This course provides historical context and a theoretical foundation for the study of contemporary world politics. Approaching the topic from the perspective of Peace and Conflict Studies, the course begins by conceptualizing issues of globalization, interdependence, sovereignty, history, and international relations, and considers various cultural and ethical debates related to issues of development, order, security, diversity, and peace. Following a focused and critical consideration of the concept of global governance, the course then moves to a discussion of key international and transnational structures, including regional bodies, the United Nations, and other formal institutions, as well as less formal associations, movements, and other examples of global connectivity. The course ends with students applying the theoretical tools they have developed in the course to specific topics in world politics, such as migration and war.
For 2 credits: USD 950
For training: USD 700
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