ARST-619 International Relations: Middle East
Spring for 2017-2018
The course addresses major scholarly works in the study of the international politics of the Middle East, while introducing students to core theoretical debates in International Relations. Through conceptual tools and historical review, the students will analyse relationships between domestic politics and regional/international processes, war and peace-making, the role of superpowers in the regional system, identity and security politics and the importance of strategic resources (oil, water).
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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