Mid-term exam: 6.11.2019
Office Hours: Wednesday 10:30-12:00
Student course evaluations of previous years.
The lectures on 12 and 13 November (both for Section I and Section II) have been cancelled. Make-up lecture which will be participated by two sections together will be done via Sakai online (webinar) on 16 November Saturday between 15:00-17:30.
For Section II, Dr.Erman Kaplama’s lecture is postponed to November 20. Students of Section I are also invited in case they are interested and available.
New deadlines for assignments:
Assignment II: November 12, 2019
Assignment III: November 20, 2019
Resubmissions are allowed if you want to revise your already uploaded assignment.
- Study Guide
- All the students have to enroll the course via sakai.yasar.edu.tr
- Francis Gavin (2018, February 29) “It’s never been a better time to study IR”. Foreign Policy (Section I 8 October, Section II 9 October 2019)
- Pinar Bilgin, Berivan Elis.(2008) “Hard power, Soft Power: Toward a More Realistic Power Analysis”. Insight Turkey. 10 (2). pp.5-20 (Section I 22 October, Section II 13 November)
- G.John Ikkenberry (2009) “Liberal Institutionalism 3.0:America and the Dilemmas of Liberal World Order” Perspective on Politics. 7(1): 71-89
- J.Nye “The Dark Side of Self-Determination” January 9, 2009
- March Lynch, “Kissinger the Constructivist”, October 21, 2014
- Paper Debate 5
- Stephen Walt, (Spring, 1998) “International Relations: One World Many Theories”, Foreign Policy, No. 110, Special Edition: Frontiers of Knowledge.
|Topic||Submission due date|
|What are the six principles of Hans Morgenthau’s political realism?||9.10.2019|
|How do liberals explain modernization of state?||12.11.2019|
|Citing to Wendt (1999), briefly explain the three cultures of anarchy. Explain the Hobbsian, Lockean and Kantian perspectives||20.11.2019|
|All the assignments have to be submitted via sakai.yasar.edu.tr|
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