Introduction To International Relations
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Topics and Theories include: - Westphalia - International Relations History - Liberalism - Reali...
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Finals Notes Summary include: - Westphalia - International History) Theories: - Liberalism -...
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Too much of a focus on history which could have been used to explain contemporary examples. Assessments weren't bad though.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
Very poorly organised. Not focused around contemporary issues, just on theories, so very dry.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
A very in-depth approach to different theories of international relations. Unlike GOVT1641, it actually covers approaches that are not in the mainstream application such as postmodernist or poststructuralist approaches. The course has its basis in a lot of philosophy so prepare for a lot of new complicated terms! You'll have to do more study than GOVT1641, but what you come out of the course knowing is so much more.