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社会・環境・健康と東アジアI(4)

Comparative Analysis on Regional Organizations as Security Actors
Regions have different security dynamics and threats. This course aims to understand regional security and conflict management by regional organizations. It consists of two parts. The first part aims to develop theoretical perspectives on international system, state sovereignty, security, regional organizations, conflict management in order to understand behaviors of states and regional organizations to maintain their own security and institutions. In the second part, we examine case studies on what security threats are and how they are dealt with by regional organizations in five regions; Europe, America, Africa, Middle East, and Asia.
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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
08F151404
FAS-FA4F14L3
社会・環境・健康と東アジアI(4)
鈴木 早苗
A1 A2
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講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
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授業計画
1. Introduction 2. International system and state sovereignty 3. Concept of security 4. International conflict and conflict management 5. Security community and promotion of democracy 6. Institutional design and regionalism 7. Case 1: The United Nations and regional organizations 8. Case 2: Regional security in Europe 9. Case 3: Regional security in America 10. Case 4: Regional security in Africa 11. Case 5: Regional security in Middle East 12. Case 6: Regional security in Asia 13. Conclusion and discussion
授業の方法
seminar style
成績評価方法
participation (30%), presentation (35%), final paper (35%)
教科書
The list of textbooks will be provided in class.
参考書
The list of references will be provided in class.
履修上の注意
This course has a seminar style where students will choose topics listed in course schedule, summarise arguments of materials in these topics and present points for discussion. In the end of the course, all students are required to write a final paper.