POLS 511 Great Powers and Origins of International Order Select Term:
This course examines the foreign policies of great powers and their consequences for international order. It analyzes how great powers have used military and diplomatic tools in the international arena and how these tools have affected international rules, institutions, and norms. The course focuses on the strategies of the USA, Britain, and Germany since the 19th century and traces the development of international orders -from the failed attempts of Concert of Europe and the League of Nations to the Cold War order. It considers the foreign policies of current and rising powers, such as the EU, China, and the USA, and if in the post-9/11 era the policies of these states will produce a different order.
SU Credits : 3.000
ECTS Credit : 10.000
Prerequisite : -
Corequisite : -