• Course Information
  • Course Title Code Semester Laboratory+Practice (Hour) Pool Type ECTS
    Current Issues in Global Politics ULS504 FALL-SPRING 3+0 Fac./ Uni. E 7
    Learning Outcomes
    1-At the end of this course, students discuss current issues in world politics, prepare a report on one of them and have an in-depth knowledge about it.
    2-It learns to follow disciplinary processes in a way to reach general knowledge instead of speculation, conspiracy theories and political propaganda.
    3-Discusses the events and phenomena that shape the world of contemporary international relations.
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    Language of Instruction Turkish
    Coordinator Assoc.Prof.Sezai ÖZÇELİK
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    Resources John T. Rourke, Taking Sides: Clashing Views in World Politics, Iowa: McGraw Hill, 2009. Mark Beeson and Nick Bisley eds., Issues in 21st Century World Politics, New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2010. (on reserve) Brian White, Richard Little and Michael Smith eds., Issues in World Politics, New York: MacMillan, 2001. (on reserve) John Baylis, Steve Smith and Patricia Owens, The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.
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    Goals This course aims to introduce students to the world political agenda. It is designed to enable students to understand international and regional issues. These topics include the following topics.
    Content Introduction: How We Are Inside A World. Where are we in this world? Is it possible to understand international relations? From Westfalen to Wikileaks: Transformation of World History What the States Do: Realist Approach and Criticisms Globalization: Billiard Ball to Spider Web, Spider Web Turbulence Identity: Social Structures Is a New World Possible? Development: Political and Economic Development Problems War-Rebellion-Reconciliation: A New World, New Wars
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