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An Introduction9 th Ed. Journal of the Leisure Studies Association: The main objectives of the course are to provide students with a useful set of analytical tools, an appreciation for the complexity of the field and for the value of different approaches to it, and an understanding of some of the major issues facing contemporary policymakers. Cooperation and Discord in the World Political Economy. Citations are based on reference standards. Waltz, Kenneth, Theory of International Politics.
The course will include weekly exercises in the discussed analytical techniques.
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The key course objective is to introduce the student into the essential concepts and perspectives of political theory, and to acquaint them with political thought over the modern tradition. You already recently rated this item. Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication. The course will then consider how these organizations are responding to, and meeting the new challenges in the realm of global politics that have become prominent since the end of the Cold War and the acceleration of the globalization process, and if they have been successful in achieving these objectives.
Cornell University Press, A student opinion poll for evaluation of teaching, quality and organization A student opinion poll for evaluating the teaching staff. The course will analyze the role of ethics in international relations.
Cancel Forgot your password? Siverson, and Alastair Smith. Ambassador Thomas Melady, Ph. The Management of an Emerging Power. Buzan, B and Little, R The last part also aims to enable the student to apply the understanding acquired through the entire course to various political phenomena in their real historical context.
However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. Remember me on this computer. Course seminars will require students develop and critically asses new forms of civil-society based cultural diplomacy.
Secondly, students will select a specific case study of foreign policy behavior for analysis using the tools they have learned.
A Reader, 2 nd Ed. Please enter your name. The Politics of Global Governance: The third part of the course applies these theories to a variety of important issues such as nationalism, ethics, environmental change, security, North-South relations, and trade and development.
They will understand their evolution, form and mode of functioning, as diplomacja as their roles in the contemporary world. Oxford University Press, Oxford, Should ethics and laws be the same, or considered separately?
Why States Act through Formal Organizations.
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This course will review some important normative theories about the nature of political society, including liberalism; democratic theory; theories of citizenship and political rights and diplomacijx and the relationship between freedom and equality.
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Kosovo and the course of German Foreign Policy. Artz, L and Kamalipour, YR eds. The Globalisation of World Politics.
Unites States, U. A Critical Study of Cultural Diplomacy. The third and final part of the course will look at the techniques employed by Germany to pursue its objectives, and will consider diplomackja use of both hard and soft power, with a particular focus on the cooperation of the Federal Foreign Office with German development agencies, the DAAD, the Goethe Institute, and the private sector.