In this course you will learn
- Improve your knowledge in international studies (including history and theories of international relations and international economics.)
- Evaluate the probability and emergency attached to each risk and threat, and make educated guesses about our future.
- Reflect upon demographic, geographic, and anthropological data.
- Compare the way international institutions and national states address the fragmentation of World politics and policies (with the help of intercultural and organizational studies).
- Evaluate the balance of power between isolationists and federalists, local communities and cosmopolitans.
- Interpret tentative accounts of withdrawal from institutions and treaties (Brexit, Trump, Russia or Turkey) as they are sketchily explained in the press and the social media.
- Explore major concepts in political science and international studies (including history, international sociology, and international economics). Improve your understanding of current international politics.