Global Politics: The Globalisation of World Politics
6 Units of Credit6 UOC
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Examines different and competing perspectives on international relations; analyses the key structures and processes of global politics and explores selected current issues. The course provides an examination of theoretical traditions in International Relations, and a survey of the historical evolution of the global system. It also examines the role of the nation-state, the nature of conflict in contemporary world politics, global governance, the global economy, the importance of identity in world politics, human rights, and globalization.
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