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BC Online: OERs for Commissioned Courses

Options for faculty teaching BC Online courses.

Unit Titles

  1. International Relations: Historical Development and Increasing Economic Interdependence
  2. Realism, Power Dimensions, and Polarity
  3. Alternatives to Power Politics: Liberalism, Peace Studies, Feminism, and Constructivism
  4. Conflict: War, Terrorism, and Military Decision Making
  5. International Political Economics: Trade Relations, Currency, Foreign Direct Investment, and Multinational Corporations
  6. International Law and Intergovernmental organizations: Global Integration approaches in the 21st century
  7. North-South Relations: Poverty, Economic Development and Human Rights
  8. Future World Order, Environmental Issues, Sustainable Development, Technological Innovation and Collective Goods concerns

Unit 3- Alternatives to Power Politics: Liberalism, Peace Studies, Feminism & Constructivism

Unit 5- International Political Economics: Trade Relations, Currency, Foreign Direct

Unit 6- International Law & Intergovernmental Organizations: Global Integration

Unit 7- North-South Relations: Poverty, Economic Development & Human Rights

Unit 8- Future World Order, Environmental Issues, Sustainable Development, Technological Innovation & Collective Goods Concerns

Introduction to International Relations (Saylor)

http://www.saylor.org/courses/polsc211/

Unit 1: Introduction to International Relations  

Unit 2: International Relations Theories  

Unit 3: Foreign Policy  

Unit 4: International Conflict  

Unit 5: Weapons Proliferation and Arms Control  

Unit 6: International Organizations and Law  

Unit 7: International Trade  

Unit 8: International Development  

Unit 9: The European Union  

International Relations (WikiBooks)

MIT- Advances in International Relations Theory

MIT- Field Seminar: International Relations Theory

MIT- Globalization, Migration, and International Relations

MIT- International Relations of East Asia

UMASS- International Relations

Virtual University of Pakistan- International Relations