International Organizations

This course is designed as a specialized study of International Organizations (IOs), which states created to deal with their collective issues and problems, and have been important actors in International Relations (IR). It will chart a clear route for the IR student to better navigate his/her understanding of IOs. The course includes the theoretical, historical and empirical perspectives on IOs. It aims to get students critically thinking about the role of global IOs like the United Nations and regional ones like the European Union, African Union and Southern African Development Community in the complex and dynamic international context.

Lecturer: Ms Yvonne Phyllis

Period: Term 4

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