International Relations 101

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International relations are strategic and interdependent--how one state acts affect another state's outcome and vice versa. How do states act given this constraint? International Relations Course 101 introduces the strategic world in which we live. We will focus on nine topics in particular:

  • What is international relation?
  • Conflict versus cooperation
  • Rationalist explanations for war
  • International trade
  • The democratic peace theory
  • Principal-agent problems
  • International institutions
  • Nuclear weapons
  • Terrorism

Take this free International Relations Course and learn what is international relations & more.

Category: Social Sciences
  • Over 71 lectures and 9.5 hours of content!
  • Learn wh…

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International relations are strategic and interdependent--how one state acts affect another state's outcome and vice versa. How do states act given this constraint? International Relations Course 101 introduces the strategic world in which we live. We will focus on nine topics in particular:

  • What is international relation?
  • Conflict versus cooperation
  • Rationalist explanations for war
  • International trade
  • The democratic peace theory
  • Principal-agent problems
  • International institutions
  • Nuclear weapons
  • Terrorism

Take this free International Relations Course and learn what is international relations & more.

Category: Social Sciences
  • Over 71 lectures and 9.5 hours of content!
  • Learn why international relations is strategic.
  • Understand why game theory is useful for studying international relations.
  • Know how to properly critique theories.

William Spaniel (MA, University of Rochester 2013) is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of Rochester. He specializes in formal theory and international conflict. Motivated by the United States's continued negotiations with Iran, his dissertation investigates how bargaining has stymied nuclear proliferation for the past half-century.

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