• Course Information
  • Course Title Code Semester Laboratory+Practice (Hour) Pool Type ECTS
    Transformation of Collective Security and NATO ULS537 FALL-SPRING 3+0 Fac./ Uni. E 7
    Learning Outcomes
    1-Has knowledge about Collective Security Concept and Security Studies.
    2-Understands the emergence and development of NATO during the Cold War.
    3-Assesses how NATO is transformed with changing security perceptions in the post-Cold War era
    4-Makes inferences about the future of NATO.
    Prerequisites -
    Language of Instruction Turkish
    Coordinator Asst.Prof.Emrah ÖZDEMİR Asst.Prof. Ali Samir MERDAN
    Instructors -
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    Resources Sten Rynning, NATO in Afghanistan: the Liberal Disconnect. Stanford University Press (2012). David S. Yost, NATO Transformed: the Alliance`s New Roles in International Security.(Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace Press, 1998). MJ Williams, `(Un)Sustainable Peacebuilding: NATO?s Suitability for Post-conflict Reconstruction in Multi-actor Environments.` Global Governance 17, no 1 (March 2011), 115?134 Wallace Thies, Why NATO Endures. Cambridge University Press (2009
    Supplementary Book -
    Goals The aim of this course is to examine the emergence and transformation of collective security through NATO.
    Content The course will focus on security approaches and collective security initiatives. In this context, the transformation of NATO and its changing perceptions of security will be examined.
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