MA International Relations

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  • Objectives
    This course aims to provide students with a deeper knowledge and theoretical understanding of the academic discipline of International Relations than that provided at the undergraduate level. It seeks to acquaint them with the current debates in the field and their relationship to contemporary problems of world politics. It also aims to strengthen their ability for critical analysis of International Relations. It offers the opportunity for specialisation in various aspects of international politics, strategic studies, international political economy, international law, international organisations, and area studies.
  • Academic title
    MA International Relations
  • Course description
    Core module

    -International Relations

    Optional modules

    -Conflict & Conflict Resolution
    -Contemporary Diplomacy
    -Domestic Politics and Foreign Policies of the Middle East
    -EU as a Global Actor
    -International Human Rights Law
    -International Law and World Order
    -International Political Economy
    -International Security Studies
    -Modern Strategy
    -Political Integration in Europe
    -Strategic Theory
    -Terrorism & Security
    -The Practice of Strategy in History
    -The UN Humanitarian Intervention and Contemporary Warfare
    -War, Peace and International Ethics

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