Écoles, masters et doctorats / Schools, Masters and Doctorates / Enseignements / Teachings
Workload : Personal readings (1 article per session), class participation, regular attendance. Students are expected to be aware of current political and economic events through newspapers, magazines and journals. Course Description : Internat. Public PolicyMaking Required reading : M. HOWLETT, Designing Public Policies : Principles and Instruments, London and New York, Routledge, 2011 ; C. HOOD (1998), The art of the State, Oxford, OUP. ; D. STONE, Knowledge Actors and Transnational Governance : The Private-Public Policy Nexus in the Global Agora, Palgrave School., Print UK, 2013. ; Supplementary readings ; T. BÜTHE et W. MATTLI, The New Global Rulers : The Privatization of Regulation in the World Economy, Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2011.
at the Gulf countries within its regional and international contexts. Course Objectives : 1- To provides an in-depth theoretical and empirical analysis of the foreign policies of the Gulf States. 2- To provide the ability to use and critique relevant advanced theoretical approaches to foreign policy and International Relations Theory. 3- Analyze the foreign polices of all Gulf states including Iran, Iraq and Yemen. 4- Provide students with theoretical and methodological foreign policy approaches in order that they are able to produce a good quality analysis of Gulf regional and international dynamics. Required reading : Please refer to the syllabus.
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 42 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF THE GULF STATES
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Khaled ALMEZAINI (Assistant Professor), Ali ISSA (Doctorant). Pedagogical Format : Lecture alone Course validation : - Three critique/reaction papers. - Final paper. - Participation. Course Description : This course provides brief theoretical analysis and in-depth empirical examination of international relations of the six GCC countries (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait), Yemen, Iran and Iraq. The course begins with a theoretical and conceptual analysis, focusing mainly on foreign policy and International Relations theories. Following this analysis, it explores the foreign polices of all Gulf states including Iran, Iraq and Yemen. In addition, it provides critical analysis of the relations between the Gulf and other regions such as Europe, the US, Latin America, Africa, and Asia. The course aims to combine both theoretical and empirical analysis of each individual state in the Gulf and its external behaviour. The course looks
Teachers : Pierre COTTERLAZ-CARRAZ (Teaching assistant), Thierry MAYER (Professeur des Universités à Sciences Po). Pedagogical Format : Lecture alone Course validation : Grades are based on a midterm exam (50%), and a comprehensive ﬁnal examination (50%). Workload : Students are expected to read the textbook chapters before each lecture. Pedagogical Method : Each lecture will take 2 hours, with a total of 24 hours. The 12 lectures will be dedicated to the study of the topics speciﬁed in the syllabus, 1 mid-term exam (2 hours), and 1 "rehearsal" session before the ﬁnal exam. Each lecture will take the form of a seminar, powerpoint presentations will be available in advance. Even though no students' presentation is planned, students are strongly encouraged to ask questions, and show their interest for the topics that will be discussed. Course Description : The objective of this course is to provide students the analytical tools that are essential to understand the process of globalization through the international trade in goods. 1447