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Introduction to International Politics Study
Code: 103572
ECTS: 5.0
Lecturers in charge: doc. dr. sc. Petar Popović
Lecturers: Petar Popović - Seminar
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Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 30
Seminar 30
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
Description:
An introduction to international politics - the first touch for most students with IR. The course is structured in three parts: a) theories of IR, b) international organizations and c) topics in IR. The course offers introduction to five main IR theories (Realism, Liberal Theories, Constructivism, Marxist Theories and Theocratic Approaches). It then moves on to international organizations (UN, EU and NATO). In its third part we discuss topics and issues in international politics, such as: sovereignty, security, international law, identity etc. The course is offered to first and second year undergraduates, and it is elective (non-compulsory).
Literature:
  1. Jović, Dejan (ur); Teorije međunarodnih odnosa: Realizam; Politička kultura (2013)
  2. Jović, Dejan (ur); Liberalne teorije međunarodnih odnosa; Fakultet političkih znanosti, Zagreb (2014)
  3. Jović, Dejan (ur); Konstruktivističke teorije međunarodnih odnosa; Fakultet političkih znanosti, Zagreb (2016)
  4. Jović, Dejan (ur); Marksističke teorije međunarodnih odnosa; Fakultet političkih znanosti, Zagreb (2018)
1. semester
Izborni pol 1-1 - Mandatory studij - University undergraduate programme of Political Science
Izborni pol 1-1 - Part-time studij - University undergraduate programme of Political Science

3. semester
Temeljni opći NOV 2-1 - Mandatory studij - University undergraduate programme of Journalism
Temeljni opći NOV 2-1 - Part-time studij - University undergraduate programme of Journalism
Izborni pol 2-1 - Mandatory studij - University undergraduate programme of Political Science
Izborni pol 2-1 - Part-time studij - University undergraduate programme of Political Science
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