Bachelors in global affairs in international relations in Yale nus college
This course provides an overview of the evolution and history of international politics. Students taking this course will survey some of the major issues that are the terrain of international politics, from war to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, to international trade and finance, to the management of international and intergovernmental organisations. Students will also be introduced to various theories that seek to explain international politics, including realism/neo-realism, different systems theories (anarchy vs. balance of power), and rational choice theory.
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International Affairs Specialist, Project Coordinator, Program Manager, Strategic Communications Consultant, Foreign and Defense Policy Communications Assistant