Research workshop for advanced graduate students working on dissertation proposals in international relations. Part two of a two part series; students must complete both terms of this course (parts A and B) within the same academic year in order to receive credit.
The number and scope of international organizations continues to expand so that there are few areas of international politics that are not regulated in some way by an international institution, whether informal norms or a formal organization. Why do states establish institutions and what determines their design and evolution? Do these institutions merely reflect underlying power and interests? These are some of the questions we will be asking in this course. It is an advanced research seminar that will introduce theories of international institutions, evaluate critical perspectives, and... Read more about Gov 2761: International Organization