What is International Relations?
International Relations is an academic discipline that seeks to understand and analyze the exercise of international interactions among state and others actor in world system.
Our program focuses on two main areas of study, or subfields both traditional and non-traditional International Relations:
- International Business Diplomacy study based on the development of sociopreneurship which related to the political economy of globalization.
- Global Security focus on war, peace, cooperation, conflict resolution, international institutions and organizations, norms and international law and also the emerging of power and justice in global issues such as gender, human rights, environtmental politics, and social justice.
We broadly utilize many Theories of International Relations and Conceptual Frameworks to understand and analyze the problems which appear in international affairs and also put it on a practical level to the actualize of peace and prosperity.
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