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Comprehensive notes of the readings for International Relations: Key Questions, under clear headings and dot-points, complete with page numbers for ease of referencing. These notes helped me achieve a score of 83, and they were especially helpful for the take-home exam. Includes the following readings:
- Great Power Politics in the Twenty-First Century
- The Bush Doctrine and the Iraq War
- Reducing the Risk of Nuclear War
- Nuclear Myths and Political Realities
- Mediating Estrangement
- Diplomacy and Domestic Politics: the Logic of Two-Level Games
- ICCPR: does it make a a in human rights behaviour?
- The Development of the International Human Rights Regime in the Twentieth Century
- Sovereignty and its Discontents
- Environmental Security and International Relations: the Case for Enclosure
- Assessing the Importance of Ideas in Security Studies


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Semester 2, 2019


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