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University of Toronto

Toronto, Ontario

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Ordering International Relations in the Age of Empire

The course examines the origins and development of three fundamental norms in international relations (sovereignty; free trade; human rights) in their historical, imperial context.

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Anonymous - 2018-05-04 15:58:39
B Fall 2018 John Dirks
Disclaimer: the subject matter for this course is not easy. You will be intellectually challenged, and each lecture is packed with information. However, despite the heavy amount of material and reading, the grading is surprisingly lenient compared to the other IR courses. You will walk away with your GPA intact, and with a better understanding of international relations. Compared to the other 2nd year IR courses, this one will go the most easy on you gradewise, despite the fact that compared to POL208 the material is much more dense and difficult.

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