This module will introduce students to the study of international relations, with a particular emphasis on two broad fields: international security and international political economy. Topics in international security include state and non-state actors, the nature of power, the causes of war and peace, terrorism, international institutions, and human rights. Topics in international political economy include trade, finance, European integration, problems of underdevelopment, government responses to crises, and foreign aid. Throughout the class, students are encouraged to apply theoretical concepts to real world events.
- Module Supervisor: Alexandra Hennessy