Course Details

01:790:361 International Organizations

  • Academic Credits: 3
  • Focus area for the major: Foreign and International Politics
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Course Description:

This course surveys in historically and theoretically informed fashion the role of various international institutions in international relations. It addresses the fundamental question of the contribution of international institutions to world order. The course first traces the historical evolution of international organization before turning to international institutions since World War II. It then focuses on the following: the most important regional international organization, the European Union; the most important international organizations dealing with the issues of peace and security, the United Nations and NATO,and GATT/WTO.