Introduction to International Relations
This course offers an introduction to international relations. The course examines theories concerning the impact of the international system, states and individuals in explaining the phenomenon in the world environment. The course analyzes the factors that motivate international behavior such as human nature, personality, power, national interest, nationalism, ideology; religion, and morality; the course concludes with discussion of major challenges confronting the world community into the 21st century such as revolutions in warfare, nuclear proliferation, regional conflict, terrorism and international crime, environmental degradation and population.
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