Introduction to International Relations
This introduction to international politics deals broadly with understanding conflict and cooperation; problems of security and welfare; processes and patterns of global politics; and ethics and international affairs. The course is heavily oriented towards developing a critical understanding of world affairs and accordingly has a strong theoretical and conceptual focus.
Format and Requirements
Two hours of lecture and one hour of tutorial per week; requirements TBA.
Prior reading or study of modern history.
1.0 POL credit or 4.0 full course equivalents