Faculty of Arts
International Security and Conflict
An analysis of the causes of insecurity and conflict in global politics, including war, terrorism, ethnic conflict, environmental insecurity, gender, food and other forms of human insecurity. The course considers theoretical explanations for these security dilemmas and discusses different approaches to achieving global security and conflict resolution, including peacekeeping and peacebuilding, diplomacy, arms control and disarmament, environmental and human rights regimes.
Lecturer(s) Dr Ashok Sharma
Coursework + exam
POLITICS 327: 15.0 points
Any 30 points at Stage II in Political Studies or 30 points from LATINAM 201, 216, 306