On successful completion of this course, students will be able to: identify contemporary and emerging security challenges and the changing nature of global security architecture; describe key concepts and theories used to understand major relationships, mechanisms, and roles of global bodies and regional agencies in international security; discuss how contemporary security challenges are managed at the regional and global level; apply the acquired conceptual frameworks into cases with a view toward regional and global security management.
- Exercise I;
- Exercise II;
- Exercise III;
- Case Studies: Military Security Challenges;
- Case Studies: Non-Military Security Challenges;
- Multilateral Security Alliances;
- Collective Security Organizations I;
- Collective Security Organizations II;
- Perspectives on Global Security;
- Guest Lecture: Global Security Challenges in the Changing World;
- Regional and Global Security Alliances;
- Cooperative and Comprehensive Security Arrangements;
- Introduction to Global Security Architecture.
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