This unit provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the main areas, processes, actors and structures involved in contemporary international relations. The unit is designed to build on the theoretical and historical knowledge the students have acquired in GOVT1621, and develops the students' understanding of the international system. The unit covers three main areas; international security, international organisations, and international political economy.
|Academic unit||Government and International Relations|
|A minimum of 36 credit points including 12 credit points at 1000 level in GOVT units|
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