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This course focuses on different perspectives of International Relations such as liberalism and neo-liberalism, realism and neo-realism, international society theory, postmodernism, international critical theory, feminism and green politics. Moreover, it provides students with a sold ground in international relations and its different aspects.

International Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies2.MasterInternational Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies
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This course introduces the theories of " Foreign Policy and its Analyzation" to empower students through acquainting them with the international foreign policy. This course deals with the foreign policy makers, foreign policy tools.

International Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies2.MasterInternational Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies
  

This course provides analysis to the development of power relations among nations;  international politics in various historical stages right from the ancient Egyptian, medieval era, modern and current international system including Britton Woods arrangements; I.M.I and the International Bank. It also focuses on GATT, W.T.O, economic problems of the third world countries and the existing international economic relations.

International Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies2.MasterInternational Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies
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This course deals with the general concept of International Law, its nature, resources, its relations with the domestic law, its actors, the states and international responsibility.

International Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies2.MasterInternational Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies
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This course focuses on diplomacy in terms of its evolution, conceptual theories and practices. Moreover, it presents a definition of diplomatic law in terms of resources, ethics and overview of the international agreements that control diplomatic interaction. Furthermore, the course focuses on the state’s institutions concurred by central and external diplomacy and its legal position beyond state’s border.

International Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies2.MasterInternational Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies
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This course offers students to develop certain Diplomatic Studies, Diplomatic Law, Vienna Conventions of 1961 and 1963. Moreover, it offers a study to the basics of protocol and the diplomatic language. 

International Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies2.MasterInternational Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies
  

This is an advanced and through course in comparative politics, focusing on different theories and methods in the field of comparative politics including the rational choice, cultural and institutional approaches.

The course offers a comprehensive and focused analyses to issues and problems in comparative politics, including comparing  political systems, political development, democracy and democratization, system and state, political culture and political economy, class and elite.

In addition, the courses analyze in depth theories of modernization and post -modernization and globalization. Parties and parties systems, election and electoral systems, political leadership, public policies and policy making 

International Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies2.MasterInternational Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesMA in Diplomatic Studies