School of Politics and International Studies, University of Leeds, the United KingdomSchool of Politics and International Studies, University of Leeds Save to shortlist
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This programme will shape your understanding of international relations by examining a wide range of advanced theories, approaches and stimulating debates in the complex field of international politics and relations.
You will analyse topics central to the functioning of the international system and explore contemporary and historical approaches, focusing on country-specific, regional and international processes. This programme takes an interdisciplinary approach and reflects the broadening nature of international relations beyond the confines of inter-state relationships.
You will have the opportunity to develop expertise in a specialist area of interest to you, whilst working with leaders in the field of international relations. As well as enhancing your knowledge in international relations and the complex and contradictory forces that shape the global agenda, this programme will equip you with excellent research skills, and develop your knowledge of relevant methodologies and approaches.
This programme features research-led teaching in the dynamic, ever-changing field of international relations, and is directly informed by the innovative research that occurs in the European Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, recognised internationally for its work on atrocity prevention, and the versatile Centre for Global Security Challenges.
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