International Organizations and Institutions
This breadth of education course is designed to introduce the basic knowledge of the most interesting contemporary problems of international organizations and institutions to all students. Topics will be examined, such as state sovereignty, international political institutions, international financial institutions, international organizations and the problem of intercultural dialog, multipolarity, and the phenomena of ideology. The course will focus in detail on the United Nations and various aspects of its work (political, diplomatic, social, economic). The course will also look at the phenomenon of "us" versus "them" in international institutions. The course provides basic knowledge of international organizations and international institutions to students of all disciplines and will especially benefit those interested in social sciences: international relations, political science, economics, and history.