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الرئيسية مقررات دراسية Teaching مرحلة البكالوريوس العلاقات الدولية International Relations

العلاقات الدولية International Relations

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Course Outline and Required Readings

Week 1: Course Overview & What is "International Relations"?

Reading: Goldstein, Chapter 1.

I- Power Politics 

Week 2: Theories and Key Concepts in IR

Reading: Goldstein, 2.

Week 3: International Conflict

Reading: Goldstein, 5 & Berridge, 4.

Week 4: Foreign Policy

Reading: Goldstein, 4.

Week 5: Implementation: Translating Decisions and Capabilities into Actions: Diplomacy, Force, & Secret Intelligence.

Reading:Berridge 11, 6 & 5.

Week 6: Implementation: Translating Decisions and Capabilities into Actions: Economic Tool, & Propaganda.

Reading:Berridge, 7 & 8.

Week 7: International Organization & Law, and Peacekeeping.

Reading: Goldstein, 7 & Berridge, 12-13. 

II- The Politics of International Economics

Week 8: The Politics of International Economics: Money, Trade & Transnational Investment.

Reading: Lamborn & Lepgold, 11.

Mid-Term Exam 

Week 9: The Politics of International Economics: North-South Gap in IR & Multinational Corporations.

Reading:Goldstein, 12 & Berridge, 3.

III- Contested Transnational Obligations

Week 10: Human Rights

Reading: Lamborn & Lepgold, 12.

- International dispute report due

- Students’ presentations (groups 1 & 2)

Week 11: The Politics of Environmental Issues

Reading: Lamborn & Lepgold, 13.

- Students’ presentations (groups 3 & 4)

Week 12: Terrorism, Arm Trade, Arm Control, WMD…

Reading: TBA.

- Students’ presentations (group 5..)

Week 13: International Relations in Islam

Reading: TBA.

Week 14: Conclusion: the Future of IR & Course Review

Reading: TBA

Final Exam

Description

This course is meant to acquaint economics students with the core concepts, processes, and issues of international relations. It seeks to answer questions such as: what do we mean by international relations and power politics, how foreign policy is made, what are the instruments of foreign policy.   A special attention will be given to the politics of international economics: money, trade, transnational investment, the North-South gap, and multinational corporations. The course also examines major contested transnational obligations, including: human rights, the politics of environmental issues, arm trade and control, and weapons of mass destruction. Finally, the course provides a brief assessment on international relations in Islam.  

 

For the syllabus click here.

 





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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