105年第1學期-3084 GL:International Political, Social ,and Economics Policy 課程資訊
|Class participation||30||including in-class discussion, and small write-up.|
|Final Exam/Term-paper||40||including paper presentation|
本課程名額為 70人，已有53 人選讀，尚餘名額17人。
This course is designed for the students to explore main current of international relations; prevailing theories and approaches to international studies; major forces and history of international politics; the nature of international system, the nature of power; the international political economy; the cause of confict;conditions for international cooperation and peace; the role of international law and organizations in managing conflict and establishing world order and peace.
The course will be divided in two parts: Theories and Practice. The contents for the theories including:the prevailing theories and approaches to international studies; major forces and history of international politics; the international system;the the nature of power; the balance of power; the collective security; the cause of war; the analysis and evaluation of national interests; international political economy; international law and organizations;the nature of international order and the quest for universal peace through: (1)world empire or a world state,(2)functionalism and world community,(3)global governance and new world order.
Office HourPlease see the office hours , and by appointment.
Charles W. Kegley,Jr.,Shannon L. Blanton, World Politics: Trend and Transformations(Boston, MA: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning, 2010)
Karen Mingst& Jack Synder, Essential Readings in World Politics(NY:Norton Company,2001)