International Relations and Diplomacy
International Relations and Diplomacy : Programme Name Professional Master : Degree 12 months : Duration Virtual Learning : Teaching method Officials of international relations and international cooperation. Diplomats. Candidates for diplomatic posts. Employees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Legal advisors. Members of judges and prosecutors. Law men. Crisis management experts in ministries, departments and […]
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|Officials of international relations and international cooperation. Diplomats. Candidates for diplomatic posts. Employees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Legal advisors. Members of judges and prosecutors. Law men. Crisis management experts in ministries, departments and agencies. All workers in the field of international relations and diplomacy. Those wishing to switch from their current career path and enter the field of international relations and diplomacy.
All higher qualifications.
International and diplomatic relations mean the extrapolation of international relations in war and peace, official and informal relations, with the use of observation and experimentation, which contributes to the study of the overall interactions that take place between states and that affect the decision-making of various, and determine the nature of common interests to reach decisions of war and Peace.
Of course, the complexity increases in the search for the appropriate definition of international relations and diplomacy in our time, as matters are no longer clear and simplified, but the interference and complexities have increased with the entry of other parties into the game of international relations, including multinational companies and some organizations of a governmental nature and entities The other major ones that have become playing a role (overtly or covertly) in the course of things on the international scene.
The Institute of Professional Studies offers a specialized master’s Programme in International and Diplomatic Relations from Britain, with distinct admission conditions that allow all those wishing to register in it to obtain that opportunity. It is required for admission to the Programme to have a foundation university degree, or equivalent specialized qualifications in any discipline (such as a bachelor’s, Bachelor’s degree, higher university diploma, bachelor’s degree, higher national diploma, basic university diploma, higher institute certificate, community college diploma, accredited expert certificate and in any scientific discipline and with any graduation grade and from any batch and without the need for equivalency or certification of academic qualification from any An entity in advance before applying and registering in the Programme. Rather, it is sufficient to accredit the college, university or institute that awarded the degree.
The specialized master’s Programme in International Relations and Diplomacy includes a number of academic courses, including: The International Relations Course, which includes an explanation of the United States and its entity as a superpower, and the position of other countries that are described as oppressed or enjoying freedom and exercising coercion and pressure on other countries. Dictatorship regimes with a discussion about authoritarianism and classifications of states in terms of being failed, weak or quasi-states and the role of the individual in the state with a discussion of religions, forms of nationalist and anti-colonial movements, multinational corporations, terrorist universities and human rights organizations.
The Programme also includes a course on the origins of diplomacy, which deals with clarification of the various intergovernmental organizations and ways to improve the United Nations, in addition to discussing a number of challenges facing the world, the most prominent of which are:
Climate problems, global warming, nuclear weapons, weapons of mass destruction, human rights violations, and others. The Programme targets workers in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and its annexes, judges, and employees of various international bodies, so that they can perform their tasks in the best possible way.
The specialized master’s degree in international relations and diplomacy contains the following typical courses:
1- International Relations
2- The origins of diplomacy
3- The origins of geopolitical science
4- Geopolitical analysis
5- The political structure of the European Union
6- Strategic policies of the European Union
7- Political economy
8- Political Sociology
Objectives of the Programme:
The specialized master’s Programme in International Relations and Diplomacy aims to provide the basic knowledge necessary to clarify the concept of interactive relations that bind countries with each other and in which many variables, including economic, political and others, overlap. And making fateful decisions that affect a sector or even entire peoples.
The specialized master’s Programme in International Relations and Diplomacy helps the student, after completing his studies, in acquiring the following:
Know the true value of the power and influence of the United States of America in the world.
Recognize the classifications of countries, the balance of power, interests, influence, and political and military authority.
Recognize common concepts in regimes, including authoritarian, liberal, and democratic.
Identify the concept of national movements and terrorist groups and their relationship to human rights organizations.
Learn about the most important international organizations, their goals, their importance and their active role in the world.
Identifying a number of challenges facing countries and ways of international interaction with them, such as environmental problems, weapons of mass destruction and ethnic cleansing.