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International Relations2701E -
The Evolution and Dynamics of Inter-State Relations in the 19th and 20th Centuries
This course examines international relations and the inter-state system from the disciplinary perspectives of History and Political Science. It aims to deepen students' understanding of past and present developments in world politics and ways in which each of the disciplines can benefit from knowledge of the other.
International Relations4701E -
International Relations Since 1900
This interdisciplinary course examines the workings and evolution of international relations from 1900 to the present day. The course focuses on key events, major developments and trends, and diverse international actors. The course adopts comparative, theoretical, and empirical perspectives, makes use of primary sources, and examines case studies.
Prerequisite(s):Enrollment in the Honors Specialization in International Relations Module.