This course introduces the systematic analysis of international society, the factors that motivate foreign policies, and instruments used in the conduct of international relations. Particular attention is given to power and economic relations; to cultural differences that may inhibit mutual understanding or lead to conflict; to nationalism and other ideologies; to the requisites and limits of cooperation; and to the historical structuring and functioning of international institutions.
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|GOVT085.04: International Relations Theory|
|GOVT058: International Political Economy|
|GOVT085.21: International Law and Institutions|
|GOVT047: The Arab-Israeli Conflict (Comparative Politics or International Relations)|
|ECON029: International Finance and Open-Economy Macroeconomics|
|GOVT085.32: International Politics of South Asia|
|GOVT050.03: The Rise of China|
|GOVT050.02: Civil War, Insurgency, and the International Response|
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