This course will cover various aspects of the range of international
relations theory. Realism, pluralism, globalism and normative
theoretical approaches will be examined with a view to explaining
levels of analysis, transnationalism, dependency, and moral choice in
international politics. Readings will be selected from the "ancients"
to post-modern writers.
Prereq: Pols 2683/2783 with B or higher, or permission of the instructor.
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