INTA 604: TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY

This course is to help students familiarise themselves with a variety of broad theoretical perspectives of international politics and global economic situation. These are approaches to the study of power, ideology, state interests, peace and war, and equilibrium; a critique of liberal, conservative and Marxist conceptions of international politics; grand theory, political and economic interpretations of systems structure and the values that shape the perspective of international politics.