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This is an advanced course in methodological, theoretical and technical issues in political science. The course focuses on the philosophy of social sciences. It analyzes the issues of conceptualization, of descriptive inference, objectivity, and causal inference. Methodology topics include: experimental and observational approaches to estimating causal effects, measuring political preferences from data, statistical analysis with computer application and different methods and techniques in studying politic science and international relations.​

Political Science PhD. in Political Science 3.DoctoratePolitical Science PhD. in Political Science
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The course aims to provide students with an introduction about the nature and sources of International Law, its relations with the domestic law, its actors, the state and International responsibility. Also the role of International Law in international conflicts and disputes and the distinction between the legal and  political dispute. As will as the means of peaceful settlement of international dispute by negotiations, mediations and investigations, etc.

The course addresses judicial mean which lead to abiding international conflict solutions such as international arbitration, the International Court of Justice, the International Tribunal for the law of the Sea and others. As well as clarify the role of international and regional organizations in solving international disputes.​ 

Political Science PhD. in Political Science 3.DoctoratePolitical Science PhD. in Political Science
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The course provides a critical study of traditional and contemporary I.R. theories and analysis of international political behavior, including: power theory, balance of power theory, systems theory, strategic theories, economic theories, psychological theories, communication theory, and game theory, as well as critical approaches and trends.​

Political Science PhD. in Political Science 3.DoctoratePolitical Science PhD. in Political Science
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A survey of various paradigms in comparative politics, focusing on theories of behavior list, institutional, development, and radical approaches. This course will concentrate on the attributes of governments which include western liberal democracy, as reflected in parliamentary and presidential systems; dictatorships theocracies, National Socialism; fascism, and communism.

Political Science PhD. in Political Science 3.DoctoratePolitical Science PhD. in Political Science
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A graduate seminar on selected reverent topics in comparative politics will be arranged. Throughout the seminar presentations will discuss of ongoing research by the School's graduate students, faculty professors, and invited external speakers in rigorous and critical environment.  PhD students critically discuss week's paper, the presenter responds, and discussion ensues.​

Political Science PhD. in Political Science 3.DoctoratePolitical Science PhD. in Political Science
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This course is an introduction to contemporary political theory it focuses on the theoretical and philosophical approaches to the study of politics. Themes include: theories of justice, democracy, republicanism, power and collective action.​

Political Science PhD. in Political Science 3.DoctoratePolitical Science PhD. in Political Science
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The purpose of this course is to provide a comprehensive and critical overview of the major concepts, theories, issues and debates on the international political economy. The central concern of the course is the study of the political aspects of the international economy and the effects of economic process on international politics. Students will be introduced to the following major issues and themes include; the role of state in production, distribution, and consumption, trade policy preferences and interest groups; domestic and international institutions and trade; the politics of international debt; and the domestic political effects of globalization, political structure and its effects on global financial crisis, and the political economy of reform.​

Political Science PhD. in Political Science 3.DoctoratePolitical Science PhD. in Political Science