Climate Change and Global Governance 3 (3 -0-6) This course addresses the special relationship between climate change, international conflicts, international cooperation and global governance. Climate change is not bound by national boundary and always has international and trans-boundary effects and impacts. Such nature of climate change has led and could further lead to more […]
Arms Control and Proliferation 3 (3 -0-6) This course addresses contemporary problems of international security posed by the proliferation of biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons. Analysis of the development, evolution, and current status of international legal inhibitions and arms control in the context of the post-Cold War security and the changing nature of conflict.
Postmodernism 3 (3 -0-6) The course familiarizes students with the modes of discourse and postmodernist inquiry often used for the study of contemporary international relations. As the perceptual distortion often arises in the social construction of reality, postmodernist view could be a useful tool for expanding our conceptualization and application for sustainable peace resolution.
Regionalism in Southeast Asia 3 (3 -0-6) This course explores institutions, policies, and processes of ASEAN since its inception year and analyzes global challenges facing ASEAN from political, economic, and socio-cultural viewpoints, the role of ASEAN both inside and outside the region. The ASEAN integration, its power struggle in regional hegemony and its future […]
Civil Society and New Politics 3 (3-0-6) This course aims at introducing students to the conceptual issues, theories, and debates concerning “civil society and new politics”, focusing on domestic and global dimensions of civil society and new politics. A study of civil society and collective actions, social capital engaging communities, associative democracy, global civil […]
Leadership and Governance 3 (3 -0-6) This course is designed to help students think more broadly about political leadership and organizational leadership with a focus on providing students with leadership knowledge and skills needed in a rapidly changing global environment. Analysis of scene of leadership, global leadership, strategic leadership & competition, visionary leadership, strategic […]
Organizational Conflict Management 3 (3 -0-6) This course examines the nature of conflict as it occurs in organizations. The functionality of conflict both destructively and constructively in certain contexts. The history of how conflict has traditionally been viewed and managed in organizations. The theory underlying the creation of integrated conflict management systems in organizations, […]
Nationalism and Ethnicity 3 (3-0-6) This course addresses the contemporary regional and world security problems stemming from nationalism that persists in modern states and their linkage to ethnic issues. The examination of ethnic conflicts in which belligerents define themselves in part along cultural lines such as languages, religions, historical memories, shared symbols, ideologies or […]
Public International Law 3 (3-0-6) This course examines the role of national sovereignty, territorial sovereignty, the international law making process, and legal peaceful means of dispute settlement process. The roles of international law in modern international economic, political, and environment conflicts. The UN and other international law mechanisms designed for peace and security preservation. […]