On successful completion of this course, students will be able to: identify International Relations and the Middle East; discuss the emergence of Middle East into the modern state system; demonstrate the Middle East and Africa and International political economy; analyze the Africa and Middle East issues based on IR theories.
- International Relations and the Middle East;
- Ottoman Empire History;
- The Arab Spring: Changes and Challenges;
- Post-Arab Spring Political Changes in the Middle East;
- Arab Politics: Identity and Evolution of Pan-Arabism;
- Middle East and the Geopolitical Context;
- Identity and Foreign Policy;
- Socio, Political Threats and Conflicts the New High Politics;
- The Middle East and Africa Issues and International Relations Theories;
- Threats and Alliance in the Middle East;
- Legitimation, Regime Survival, and Shifting Alliances in the Arab League;
- Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa Cooperation;
- Review the Materials based on International Relations Theory.
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