This taught Masters course hosted by the internationally recognised Centre for the Study of Democracy offers an innovative, intellectually challenging, and integrated approach to issues relating perspectives from political and social theory to international relations and areas of academic enquiry. The course considers various aspects of local, regional and international politics, as well as the dynamics of national and international social and political power relationships and conflicts, and such phenomena as changing patterns of war and revolution, political economy, social movements, communications media and public life. Comparisons of various historical continuities, discontinuities and contrasts are employed within the contexts of social processes and international relations.
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