IR498 COUNTERING RADICALIZATION, TERRORISM AND HYBRID WARFARE
|METU Credit (Theoretical-Laboratory hours/week):||3(3-0)|
|Language of Instruction:||English|
|Level of Study:||Undergraduate|
|Offered Semester:||Fall and Spring Semesters.|
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Course ContentThis undergraduate course seeks to examine the key aspects of countering radicalization, terrorism and hybrid warfare in global politics. In the theoretical part of the couse, the concepts of radicalization, terrorism and hybrid warfare are explained from three major theoretical perspectives: political realist, liberal and critical theories of international relations. Next, the course introduces the existing strategies of countering radicalization, terrorism and hybrid warfare at the policy-making level. In the final empirical part, the course deals with the case-studies of countering radicalization, terrorism and hybrid warfare in the Middle East, Eurasia, Asia, Africa as well as Western countries.
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