Organisations et coopération internationales : Politics of Globalisation
Globalisation is often equated with internationalisation and liberalisation, and sometimes even with westernisation. When the notion is linked to international trade, the phenomenon acquires a long history, stretching several millennia and taking several forms depending on the type of transportation and communication technology that underpinned it. It is often defined as a process or a set of processes of increased interactions that amplifies the interconnectedness and interdependence of peoples, countries, corporations and organisations economically, politically and culturally. This course will look into the contemporary dynamics that are affecting international organisations and also how global and regional social movements are evolving in the region. It will also look a specific area of globalisation, that of Global health that has been put to test with the current pandemic.
Temps présentiel : 35 heures
Charge de travail étudiant : 90 heures
Méthode(s) d'évaluation : Examen écrit
|Ce cours est proposé dans les diplômes suivants|
|Master in Human Rights and Democratization|
Master in Human Rights and Democratization