Minor in Law, Justice and Society - International Organization POLI 3567   International Organization
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course will investigate the process of international organization through analysis of the role of international organizations, institutions and regimes. For the purposes of the course, international organizations as well as less formal institutional arrangements. The course will focus on the contemporary debate between rationalist and constructivist theoretical approaches to analyzing international organization. These perspectives will be employed to study the role of international organizations in areas such as international security and international political economy. Topics to be covered include democracy and international organizations, culture and international organizations, bargaining in international organizations, political and economic integration, NGOs and global civil society, and the future of global governance.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Seminar

PREREQUISITES: POLI 2520.03 or POLI 2530.03 recommended