INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

IR571 POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL INTERVENTIONS

Course Code: 3142571
METU Credit (Theoretical-Laboratory hours/week): 3(3-0)
ECTS Credit: 8.0
Language of Instruction: English
Level of Study: Masters
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Offered Semester: Fall or Spring Semesters.

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Course Content

The international interventions in the 19th and 20th centuries are examined to show the formation and redefinition of hegemonic projects as well as emergence of counter-hegemonic projects. This is to provide a better ground to discern continuity and change of the discourses and rhetoric of international from 19th century today. The international interventions since the end of the Cold War are to be examined taking the following cases samples: Iraq (1990), Bosnia-Herzegovina (OHR), Somalia (UNOSOM), Kosovo (UNMIK), Afghanistan (ISAF), Liberia, Congo, Ethiopia/Eritrea, East Timor, Iraq (2003)and the likelihood. The unilateral and multilateral intervention as well as ´assertive multilateral´ interventions are to be specifically discussed with particular reference to different schools of thoughts.

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