Explore global issues in relation to the world of politics and international law, in times of peace and conflict.
At St Andrews, students draw on areas from diplomatic history and international law as well as political theory, economy and science to explain conflict and cooperation. Gain insight into theoretical perspectives from areas including:
- foreign policy
- international organisations and regimes
- peace and conflict studies
- political theory
- terrorism and political violence.
The School of International Relations is highly recognised for the quality of research and teaching in areas ranging from foreign policy to terrorism and political violence. Courses are designed to ensure students are up to date with current developments in global issues.
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