Napa Valley College Faculty & Staff

International Relations

In this course we will discuss the basics of International Relations. You will learn how “actors,” such as states, transnational corporations, and non-governmental organizations work to establish treaties through negotiation and diplomacy. You will also learn and discuss how non-state actors affect the international system. At the end of this course, you should be able to identify the major theoretical and analytical approaches used to understand and explain the international system and also discuss the behavior of actors (nations, corporations, insurgents, etc.) in modern world politics. At the same time, we'll look at the links between international and domestic politics, along with the role of non-governmental organizations.

All of the assigned work for our course can be found in Blackboard, an online classroom. Click the link on the right side of the page to log in.

The course syllabus and assignment schedule is also posted on the right side of this page. Please let me know if you have any trouble downloading these documents.

 

Fall 2014

Time: M/W 2-3:30 p.m.

Location: Building 2230, Room 2230

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