World Politics Summary

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  • UniversityUniversity of Sydney
  • AreaHumanities and media studies
  • CourseGOVT1202 World Politics
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  • Authordigiduck
  • Created2011
  • Pages21
  • Approved23 August 2014

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this subject was a first year subject based upon international politics primarily from a Realist and Liberalism Perspective.

A large amount of the focus is on the ways in which political observers will view different events and actors from these two situations.

Topics include:
– Realism v Liberalism
– Levels of Analysis
– Power, Aspects of
– Rational Choice Theory
– Direct or Indirect Diplomacy
– The four Goals of Diplomacy
– The different types of Political Agents
– Role of Diplomacy
– Levels and Types of Actors
– International Institutions
– System Analysis

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