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SSTH043: International Relations

Credits: 0.5 units/5 hours
5 Evaluations, 2 Projects, 2 Progress Tests
5 Teacher Connects

NCAA Approved

This course provides an overview of international relations. Students will analyze interactions among countries, learning different ways to explain why countries act as they do. Main topics include states, nations, war, peace, trade, alliances, international organizations, non-state groups, and globalization. This course will introduce students to the terms and methods political scientists use when studying international relations and assumes they will have survey-level knowledge of world history.

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Please note that we will begin offering a new version of this course February 3, 2020. The materials for this current version of the course will no longer be available after this date. 


Textbook: How the World Works: A Brief Survey of International Relations, 2nd Edition (ISBN: 9780205082407)

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