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About the course

We all have to live with the consequences of state actions, for example, whether countries are receptive or hostile to refugees fleeing war and oppression, and whether there is an adequate response to climate change.

International relations form the backdrop to such decisions, and impact our ability as a society to address global problems.

This course analyses the relations between states and through our research-led teaching, builds an understanding of issues including global justice, the causes of war, intelligence and national security, and international human rights.

You will be able to take part in a field trip to institutions that are central to international relations. In the past these have included the Clingandael Institute, Interpol, and the European Parliament.

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Entry Requirements

2:1 (or international equivalent)


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