Modular value: 20 credits
Teaching: two hour seminars
Coordinator: Professor Mark Webber
Global Cooperation in Practice examines how academic debates on cooperation and policy-making stand up against the actual experience of implementation.
The module will explore this issue by identifying models of policy and decision-making, and then testing them against practitioner experience. This will entail an examination of case study evidence derived from primary sources (communiques, memoirs, documentaries) as well as engagement with policy practitioners through guest lectures, including former and current government officials, diplomats and international civil servants.
The module will draw upon policy cases from multilateral settings including formal international organisations such as the United Nations, the European Union, NATO, and the IAEA.
Teaching and learning approach
The module will be delivered in 2 hour sessions using a range of teaching and learning methods, including interactive lectures, group discussions, breakout sessions, case studies, videos and guest speakers.
The assessment for the module will consist of:
One 2,000 word briefing paper worth 80% of the module marks
One oral presentation worth 20% of the module marks
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