POLS 1003 Missiles, Money and Mayhem: Introduction to International Relations
4 hours; 4 credits
Introduction to theories in International Relations. Historical development of the modern international system, the functioning of international organizations, the role of international law, international financial institutions, the gap between rich and poor countries, and global cooperation. Covers issues like war, poverty, health, human rights, and the environment.
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