Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This online course explored South Korea’s foreign and security policy, and the global political conditions Korea is facing.
6 weeks, 3 hours per week
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Studies
- In-depth knowledge of at least one topic within the field of International Relations (IR)
- An empirical appreciation of the key contemporary issues at stake in international relations, in particular in the international politics of the Asia-Pacific region
- A theoretical appreciation of why states behave as they do in global politics
- Critical skills to appreciate scholarly writings on foreign policy and international politics
- Explore what challenges and opportunities South Korea faces and critically analyse how regional and global politics would affect (and would be affected by) South Korea’s external behaviour.
- Why does the United States continue to deeply engage in Asia?
- What does China want in Asia?
- How likely is a conflict between Japan and China to occur?
- How should we deal with Pyongyang’s growing nuclear and missile threats?
- Can South Korea, as a ‘Middle power’ play a significant role in terms of bringing about peace and stability in Asia?
Issued on 30th October 2019
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