CREDITS 2 (LV) 3 (ECTS) - 30 Contact Hours

The International Security course objective is to provide basic knowledge of security concepts applying realism, neo-realism, pluralism and constructivists approaches. Students will study four levels of security – individual, national, regional and international security. The course will explore the main sources of threats and risks to international stability. Policies that are aimed at stabilization and peace will be elaborated. The concepts of alliances, security complex and security regime will be investigated. The role of NATO and the EU in international security system will be scrutinized from different perspectives. The analysis of documents and treaties relevant to international security will be part of the study.

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