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MA-Postgraduate Diploma in International Relations and World Order

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  • Objectives
    To examine the nature and dynamics of international relations in the contemporary global system, focusing on differing concepts of order in the post-Cold War world. It aims to make students think critically about the nature of international relations and about the extent to which western interests, institutions and culture dominate the world system. The course addresses such questions as: is the contemporary international system ‘unipolar’ or ‘multipolar’?; what role does the USA play in international affairs?; what are the prospects for international peace and cooperation in the twenty-first century and is there a ‘clash of civilisations’?
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Either a first or a good second class honours degree from a British university or its equivalent, in Politics, History, International Relations or other related subjects.
  • Academic Title
    MA/Postgraduate Diploma in International Relations and World Order
  • Course description
    Course modules
    Core:

    -Post-Cold War World Order
    -Dissertation

    Option modules (three from the following – subject to availability):

    -International Security
    -The Modes of Diplomacy
    -Democracy in East Central Europe
    -American Interventionism since 1993
    -Diplomatic Systems
    -Democracy and Legitimacy in the EU
    -Art of Negotiation
    -South African Foreign Policy

    Teaching and assessment methods
    The core modules are examined by mixture of assessed essay and unseen examination. The optional modules are examined by a class presentation and an assessed essay. All teaching is by seminars. MA/MSc students who have passed all forms of assessment will be able to proceed to write a supervised dissertation of between 12,000 and 15,000 words in length

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