Conflict, Peace and Security (PSIR410)
This course primarily focuses on traditional and modern understanding of international security, international disputes and dispute settlement. It begins by examining the nature and origin of contemporary international disputes, understanding global security, settlement of disputes, use of force, collective security, including peacekeeping and international crimes. In the second part of the course, the focus shifts to particular conflict prone subject-areas such as arms limitation, human rights, environmental and economic relations/law.
Lecture Hour (hrs/week): 0
Lab (hrs/week): 0
Tutorial (hrs/week): 0