Course Description for International Relations: Frameworks for Analysis
International Relations: Frameworks for Analysis
Prerequisite: INR 2002. In this course students will study and apply the most important theories of international relations against the backdrop of current international politics, including realism/neorealism, liberalism/neoliberalism, and constructivism. Key concepts such as power, states, international organizations, war, and economics will be placed within the context of these frameworks for analysis.