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2800: Intl. Relations Theories

This course provides a foundational understanding of how International Relations (IR) theories shape policymaking at the national, regional and global levels. Using real-world events, this course applies realist, liberal and constructivist theories to examine 21st-century global challenges, such as terrorism, ethnonationalism, cybersecurity, migration, refugees, health, development and the environment.
  • Credits:
    107947

Section 001