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1 POL 140-A INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Fall 2009 Tuesday - Thursday 8:30-10:00 Bishop Williams Hall Instructor: Dr. Gilbert Gagné Office: N 102 Tel: , ext Office Hours: Tuesday 14:30-17:00 OBJECTIVES AND ORGANIZATION OF THE COURSE The central objective of this course is to provide students with the analytical tools necessary for understanding the essentials of international relations. The course is divided in three parts: 1) the main concepts, historical themes, and actors of world politics; 2) the principal theories and approaches developed to apprehend the international system; and 3) the main sub-fields and topics in international relations. Special emphasis is put on the phenomenon of globalization and on confronting concepts and theories with actual events and issues on the international scene. TEACHING APPROACH The course has a lecture format, but class discussions and students participation are encouraged. Readings are prescribed to complement lectures, to facilitate students understanding, as well as to stimulate interest and participation. REQUIRED READINGS The readings for the course are contained in a textbook and a coursepack, both available at the University Bookstore. One copy of the textbook is also available at the reserve desk of the University Library. Baylis, John, Steve Smith, and Patricia Owens (eds), The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations, 4 th edn (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008). POL 140A International Relations Fall 2009 Dr. Gilbert Gagné.

2 REQUIREMENTS AND EVALUATION 2 - Mid-Term Exam 25% - Term Paper 25% - Final Exam 50% Exams: Both mid-term and final exams will consist of short and longer essay questions drawn, by order of importance, from the lectures, readings, and discussions. The mid-term exam will last one hour and twenty minutes and will be held on Tuesday 20 October from 8:30 to 9:50 during the class session. The final exam will last three hours and will take place during the examinations period at the end of term. Paper: A typed, double-spaced 5-6 page paper, excluding the bibliography, has to be submitted by Tuesday 1 December. The page limits must be strictly observed. A paper copy (excluding an electronic submission) must imperatively be submitted by the due date during the class session. No late paper will be accepted. Students should select and answer any one (1) of the following questions: Is the notion of state sovereignty obsolete? Balance of power or collective security, what is best to ensure peace? What to think of ethnic nationalism? What are the most important actors in world politics, and why? What is the most relevant theory of international relations, and why? Is war obsolete? Is humanitarian intervention a covert for Western imperialism? What are the key elements of North-South relations? Does globalization favour a new world solidarity? The paper must have a minimum of five scholarly references used and quoted (not just listed in the bibliography). The paper must also conform to the norms for the submission of university papers, notably as regards notes and bibliography. Students are advised to consult Writing and Style Guide for University Papers and Assignments, available at the reserve desk of the University Library.

3 LECTURES AND READINGS 3 I) MAIN CONCEPTS, HISTORICAL THEMES, AND ACTORS 1. Some Introductory Concepts: Politics, International Politics, Political Science, International Relations, International System, Sovereignty, Balance of Power, Collective Security Smith, Steve, John Baylis, and Patricia Owens, Introduction, pp McGrew, Anthony, Ch. 1, Globalization and Global Politics, pp Main Historical Themes and Trends 2.1 Nationalism Breuilly, John, Ch. 23, Nationalism, pp Armstrong, David, Ch. 2, The Evolution of International Society, pp Imperialism/Colonialism 2.3 East-West Conflict Scott, Len, Ch. 3, International History , pp North-South Relations Cox, Michael, Ch. 4, From the Cold War to the War on Terror, pp Actors 3.1 States 3.2 International Governmental Organizations Taylor, Paul and Devon Curtis, Ch. 18, The United Nations, pp Transnational Organizations: Multinational Corporations, International Non-Governmental Organizations Willetts, Peter, Ch. 19, Transnational Actors and International Organizations in Global Politics, pp II) PRINCIPAL THEORIES AND APPROACHES 1. The Study of IR, World Views, and Levels of Analysis Goldstein, Joshua S., International Relations, 5 th edn (New York: Longman, 2004), pp. 3-9,

4 2. Schools and Approaches in Historical Perspective: Diplomatic History, Strategic and Geopolitical Analyses, Socio-Economic IR Theories and Imperialism, Idealism, Realism, Pluralism, Behaviouralism, Foreign Policy Analysis 4 3. Realism Dunne, Tim and Brian C. Schmidt, Ch. 5, Realism, pp Liberalism Dunne, Tim, Ch. 6, Liberalism, pp Neo-Realism and Neo-Liberalism Lamy, Steven L., Ch. 7, Contemporary Mainstream Approaches: Neo-Realism and Neo-Liberalism, pp Marxism Hobden, Stephen and Richard Wyn Jones, Ch. 8, Marxist Theories of International Relations, pp Constructivism Barnett, Michael, Ch. 9, Social Constructivism, pp Other Theories Smith, Steve and Patricia Owens, Ch. 10, Alternative Approaches to International Theory, pp Methodological and Normative Issues Jackson, Robert and Georg Sorensen, Introduction to International Relations: Theories and Approaches, 3 rd edn (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007), Ch. 11, Methodological Debates, pp Shapcott, Richard, Ch. 11, International Ethics, pp International Security Studies 1.1 Some Considerations on War III) MAIN FIELDS AND TOPICS Sheehan, Mike, Ch. 12, The Changing Character of War, pp Key Security Issues Baylis, John, Ch. 13, International and Global Security, pp Acharya, Amitav, Ch. 28, Human Security, pp

5 5 2. International Political Economy Woods, Ngaire, Ch. 14, International Political Economy in an Age of Globalization", pp Regional Integration Best, Edward and Thomas Christiansen, Ch. 25, Regionalism in International Affairs, pp Trade and Finance Scholte, Jan Aart, Ch. 26, Global Trade and Finance, pp Third World Situation and Issues Thomas, Caroline, Ch. 27, Poverty, Development, and Hunger, pp International Institutions and New World Issues/Challenges 3.1 Globalization, Regimes, and Governance Reus-Smit, Christian, Ch. 16, International Law, pp Little, Richard, Ch. 17, International Regimes, pp Humanitarianism and the Environment Brown, Chris, Ch. 29, Human Rights, pp Bellamy, Alex J. and Nicholas J. Wheeler, Ch. 30, Humanitarian Intervention in World Politics, pp Vogler, John, Ch. 20, Environmental Issues, pp Globalization, Political Community, and Order Linklater, Andrew, Ch. 31, Globalization and the Transformation of Political Community, pp Clark, Ian, Ch. 32, Globalization and the Post-Cold War Order, pp

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