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International Relations: International Organisations, Protocol and Conflict Resolution Postgraduate Course - Online

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    Duration : 10 DaysThis Course is Designed For:  Human Rights Workers Human Rights Officers Humanitarian Workers Humanitarian Officers Armed Forces Officers Armed Forces Commissioned Officers Armed Forces Non-Commissioned Officers Heads of Forces of Occupation Humanitarian Lawyers United Nations Officials Embassy Officials High Commission Officers Officers of Statutory Human Rights Organisations Officers of Non-Governmental Humanitarian Organisations Human Rights Lawyers International Relations Specialists Legal Practitioners Legal Professionals Lawyers Law Students Human Rights Lecturers and Tutors Humanitarian Lecturers and Tutors Law Graduates Diplomats Ambassadors Political Science Graduates Political Science Professors Any other personnel wishing to gain expertise in Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues, relevant to Peacetime and Conflict Zones.Module 11 – International Organisations  United Nations, introduction  The advent of International Organizations   The United Nations  United Nations System Organization United Nations Protocol Bodies of United Nations and their functions  The International Telecom Delegation to the United Nations United Nations, power and power centralization The United Nations security council The International Atomic Energy Agency World Economic Forum For The Middle East Nuclear Emergency Network The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and nuclear securityModule 12 – International Relations and Conflict Resolution  International Law  Theories of International Relations  The Effect of International Relations on Daily Lives  International Relations as a Field of Political Science   Role and Intended Outcome of Political Science in International Security Affairs  Role of Political Science in International Political Economy  International Events and Consequence for Iinternational Relations  Basic Principles That Shape International Relations  Three Basic Principles of International Relations- Dominance, Reciprocity, and Identity  International Security and International Political Economy As Sub-Disciplines of  International Relations  ‘States’ As the Most Important Actors International Relations  Sovereignty of Independent Territorial States  State Variance, in Relation to Size of Population and Economy - Microstates To Great Powers  The Influence of Non State Actors, Such As Multinational Corporations (MNCs), Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs), and Intergovernmental Organizations (IGOs)   The Effect of the Worldwide Revolution in Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) In Reshaping the Capabilities and Preferences of Actors in International Relations  Four Levels of International Relations Analysis - Individual, Domestic, Interstate, And Global  Multiple and Simultaneous In International Relations  The ‘North-South Divide’, In Wealth – Industrialized vs. Poor  World Wars I And II As Exemplars of the Contradiction of the Utility of Hard-Line or Conciliatory Foreign Policies   Post War Politics and the ‘Bipolar Standoff’ – Aversion of Wars   The Post-Cold War Era and the Co-Operations of Former Rivals  The ‘War on Terrorism’: Certainty or Uncertainty of Scope, Duration and International   The U.S. Military Campaign in Iraq: Original Objectives and Worldwide Consequences   China and Its Increasing Involvement in World Politics

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