Semester 2, 2016/2017 – PS2237 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Introduction to the three major streams of IR theory: realisms, liberalisms, and constructivisms. Their application to the major issues of world politics today, including the rise of China, international trade, nuclear strategy, war and peace, and the global commons
Semester 1, 2016/2017 – PS3242 US FOREIGN POLICY
Recipient of the Graduate Student Teaching Award
This course explores relations between the United States and other major actors, both traditional and non-traditional, in the international system. The goal of this course is to familiarize students with the forces that shape and determine American foreign policy behavior.
Semester 2, 2015/2016 – GL20103 GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
Nominee of the Graduate Student Teaching Award
This interdisciplinary module introduces students to basic theoretical concepts and contemporary challenges of global governance. Moreover, it critically examines debates on how particular actors can or should cooperate to address significant global collective-action problems, ranging from security to human rights to the environment.