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4 sem. hrs. Introduces patterns of relations among states, both conflictual and cooperative. Examines relations between the superpowers and between the developed states and the Third World countries. Discusses current issues in international relations such as wars, terrorism, trade, international organizations, international law, human rights, migration and trafficking, North-South relations, globalization, and environmental concerns.