Burning Issues: Geopolitics Today

This autumn I’ll be teaching a course for incoming Masters students at Warwick on global events, which should be useful for their broader studies. The topics are intentionally general so that the examples can be contemporary and potentially updated in future years in relation to events. Here’s what I’ve suggested.

Thu 3 Oct – What is Geopolitics?

Thu 10 Oct – States, Nations, Territories

Thu 17 Oct – Borders and Walls

Thu 31 Oct – Humanitarian Intervention and the International Community

Thu 7 Nov – The Ongoing ‘War on Terror’

Thu 14 Nov – Environmental and Resource Geopolitics

Thu 21 Nov – Popular Geopolitics and Resistance

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1 Response to Burning Issues: Geopolitics Today

  1. Reblogged this on rhulgeopolitics and commented:
    Stuart Elden’s new course at Warwick – sounds good!

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