INST7312 | CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND INTERNATIONAL CRISIS MANAGEMENT: CASE STUDIES

Theories of conflict and international crisis management. Causes of conflicts, types of conflicts, various methods for conflict resolution and international crisis management. Peaceful methods such as arbitration, mediation and negotiations, or non-peaceful methods such as military intervention. Analysis of a series of practical cases such as the division of Korea, the three-party invasion of Egypt, the Berlin blockade, the Cuban missile crisis, Egyptian-Israeli negotiations, the single China policy, the Madrid Conference, the Oslo accords, transitional justice in South Africa.

Prerequisite: 
INST6300 | INTRODUCTION TO INERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INST6311 | RESEARCH METHODS