This subject provides students with an understanding of two regions with a powerful impact on the international system: Africa and the Middle East. Their histories, politics, cultures and economies are woven into a study of the wider strategic significance of these regions in global affairs. Areas of interest include resources and development, conflict zones and terrorism, Sino-African engagement, and the changing geopolitical landscape on the Arabian peninsula. Through a thematic approach and case studies, students gain an insight into the dynamics of these regions, and the implications for regional and international stability.
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1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Africa and the Middle East and these regions’ role in world affairs 2. Demonstrate research skills in areas of particular interest or policy relevance 3. Lead and collaborate in team tasks that require analysis of information and incorporation of diverse views 4. Understand the dynamics of Africa and the Middle East within the International Relations system so that well-developed judgement and responsible assessments are made
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