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- International Relations
-Balance of power
-Diplomacy and Globalization
"The course is a survey of the main theories and models of international relations. After considering some concepts such as order, power, sovereignty and international justice, the course examines central themes in International Relations such as the balance of power, international law and organizations, diplomacy and globalization. The theoretical background is then applied to specific issues such as interventionism, human rights, terrorism, or peace and war."
Library of Congress Classes and Subclasses
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CLASS J Political Science
JZ5-6530 International relations
JQ21-6651 Political institutions and public administration