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1. Course Title: 政治学概论
2. Course Title: An Introduction to Political Science
3. Course Code: 3018033
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, freshman
6. Course Description: Guided by Marxist political perspective, combined with the basic theories of western political science, this course highlights the basic concepts and theoretical systems of political science. The course traces historical development of political science home and abroad, laying a solid foundation for the students’ further study. The teaching content includes the nature of a state, the form of a state, the organization of a state, the party and political system, political participation, political culture, political development, and international politics.
7. Textbooks: Wang Puqu. 2006. Basis of Political Science. Beijing: Peking University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 3 hours per week, 54 hours in total, 3 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 国际政治概论
2. Course Title: An Introduction to International Politics
3. Course Code: 3018063
4. Category: compulsory course
5. Students: undergraduates of international politics major, sophomore
6. Course Description: This course enables the students to grasp the theories of international politics, know the professional knowledge, master the professional methods, acquire the ability to observe and analyze the history and practical problems of international relations by using the theories and methods of international politics, and thus lay a solid theoretical foundation for the study of other major courses. The teaching content includes basic concepts, analytic framework, basic research methods, the formation and evolution of the system (or pattern) of international politics, state and state interests, international strategy and diplomatic policies, the Chinese characteristics of international politics and so on. It deals with the conflicts and cooperation as well as war and peace in international relations, together with the role and influence of economy, national religion and international organizations on international politics. The teaching method is a combination of teacher’s teaching and answering questions, and students’ discussion.
7. Textbooks: Song Xinning, Chen Yue, An Introduction to International Politics. Beijing: People’s University of China Press, 2006.
8. Credit and Hours: 3 hours per week, 54 hours in total, 3 credits
9. Test Mode: written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 西方国际关系理论
2. Course Title: Western Theories of International Relations
3. Course Code: 3018093
4. Category: compulsory course
5. Students: undergraduates of international politics major, sophomore
6. Course Description: This course aims to help the students grasp comprehensively and systematically the knowledge hierarchy and main schools of the theories of international relations, know the knowledge of the disciplines related to the theories of international relations, learn the methods of knowledge evolution, and thus lay a solid foundation for the study of other courses related to international relations. The teaching content includes the ideological clues of the theories of international relations, from idealism to realism, the challenge of scientism to historicism, heated debates on the theories of international relations, the left wings regarding the theories of international relations, the theories of international relations in China, the exploration of the methodology of international relations, and so on. The teaching method is a combination of teacher’s teaching and students’ discussion, with the former as the focus.
7. Textbooks: Bi Shixiong, Contemporary Western Theories of International Relations. Shanghai: Fudan University Press, 2004.
8. Credit and Hours: 4 hours per week, 72 hours in total, 4 credits
9. Test Mode: written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 国际政治经济学
2. Course Title: An Introduction to International Political Economy
3. Course Code: 3018113
4. Category: compulsory course
5. Students: undergraduates of international politics major, junior
6. Course Description: This course enables the students to know systematically the main schools and theories of international political economy and grasp the general laws of mutual influence and interaction of international politics and economy, and thus enhances their ability of comprehension and analysis of international issues. The teaching content includes the main schools and theories of international political economy, the influence of policies related to international commerce, finance, investment and the supply and demand of energy recourses on international relations. The teaching method is a combination of teacher’s teaching and students’ discussion, with the former as the focus.
7. Textbooks: Song Xinning, Chen Yue, An Introduction to International Political Economy. Beijing: People’s University of China Press, 2003.
8. Credit and Hours: 3 hours per week, 54 hours in total, 3 credits
9. Test Mode: written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 近现代中国对外关系
2. Course Title: Modern China’s Relations with the World
3. Course Code: 3018023
4. Category: compulsory course
5. Students: undergraduates of international politics major, freshman
6. Course Description: This course enables the students to know the development trace of modern China’s relations with major countries in the world and the changes of China’s international position, grasp its underlying reasons, and understand its significance for modern China’s relations with the world. The teaching content includes the important events, results, influences and underlying reasons of modern China’s relations with major countries in the world, the formation and disintegration of the system of unequal treaties, the change of China’s diplomatic concept, the reform of China’s diplomatic ideology, the diplomatic activities of the main historical figures and the related comment and evaluation. The teaching method is a combination of teacher’s teaching and students’ discussion, with the former as the focus.
7. Textbooks: Xiong Zhiyong, Su Hao, History of Modern China’s Relations with the World. Beijing: World Knowledge Press, 2005.
8. Credit and Hours: 4 hours per week, 72 hours in total, 4 credits
9. Test Mode: written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 近现代国际关系史
2. Course Title: A Modern History of International Relations
3. Course Code: 3018013
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, freshman
6. Course Description:
This coursefamiliarizes the students with the process and the inherent law of the emergence, development and evolution of modern international relations, enables the students to gain a deep understanding of the rise and fall of the big countries from a historical perspective, and lays a foundation for the learning of the theories of international relations. This course deals with the contemporary and modern history of international relations, covering the years from 1648 to1945. Various systems such as the Viennese system and the Versailles-Washington system will be presented to the students. This course traces the historical changes of the international systems, combines historical facts and comments in the analysis of world pattern, international order, the nature of international behavior and the interrelations between them, enables the students to have a comprehensive command of the historical development of modern and contemporary international relations, and raises their abilities to observe and evaluate international affairs.
7. Textbooks:
Liu Debin. 2003. History of International Relations. Beijing: Higher Education Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 4 hours per week, 72 hours in total, 4 credits.
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 当代中国对外关系
2. Course Title: Contemporary China’s Relations with the World
3. Course Code: 3018053
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, freshman
6. Course Description:
This course familiarizes the students with the development and change of the foreign strategies and policies since the foundation of the People's Republic of China so that they will be acquainted with the internal causes and the position and role of China in the world. This course covers the establishment of foreign strategies and their modifications at different stages, and the implementation and evolution of foreign policies since the foundation of new China, special references are made about the content, implementation, and consequence of China's foreign strategies and policies, as well as the challenges confronted in international relations.
7. Textbooks:
Xie Yixian. 2009. History of Diplomacy of Modern China. Beijing: China Youth Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 4 hours per week, 72 hours in total, 4 credits.
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 当代国际关系
2. Course Title: Contemporary History of International Relations
3. Course Code: 3018043
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, freshman
6. Course Description:
This course deals with the developmental lines of international relations and important events after the Second World War. The students also learn to analyze the serious topical issues in the contemporary world and to familiarize themselves with the fundamental laws governing the development of international relations. The content of the course covers the origin, process, completion, chief contradictions and influence of the cold war, the establishment, development and completion of the Bipolar structure, the relations between the big countries during the cold war, the new changes in the international pattern after the cold war, and the new issues in international relations.
7. Textbooks:
Liu Debin. 2003. History of International Relations. Beijing: Higher Education Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 4 hours per week, 72 hours in total, 4 credits.
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 世界经济概论
2. Course Title: Introduction to World Economy
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, sophomore
6. Course Description:
This course deals with the present world economy, the factors influencing the development and change of the international economic relations, and the laws governing the development of the world economy and international economic relations. The content of the course covers the formation and development of the world economy, international trade and finance, transnational companies and international investment, international economic coordination and regional economic integration, and the economic development of the developed capitalist countries, developing countries, and the countries undergoing economic transformation, as well as the analysis of the developmental tendency of the periodicity and the crisis of the capitalist economic development and the globalization of economy.
7. Textbooks: Wang Juan, Cui Chaodong. 2004. Introduction to World Economy. Beijing: China Statistics Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 3 hours per week, 54 hours in total, 3 credits.
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 国际法
2. Course Title: International Law
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, sophomore
6. Course Description:
This course deals with the fundamental framework of international law, the essential knowledge of international law and the methods used to analyze and solve the practical problems in international society. The course content covers the fundamental concepts, principles and institutions of international law, involving mainly the subject, origin of international law and the concepts of nation, territory, population, human rights in international law. This course also presents the law of the sea, the law of the space, the law of the treaty, the law of the international organization, the law of the diplomatic and consular relations, the law of peacefully resolving international disputes, the law of the war, and so on.
7. Textbooks: Zhao Jin. 2008.International Law. Beijing: Peking University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 3 hours per week, 54 hours in total, 3 credits.
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 国际关系研究方法
2. Course Title: The Research Methods of International Relations
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, sophomore
6. Course Description:
This course introduces students to the fundamental concepts, methods and procedures in the scientific research on international relations, helps them to understand the nature of the research methodology in international relations, develops their abilities to employ scientific research methods, and lays the foundation for the completion of their thesis for an academic degree and for doing the research work in international relations. The course content covers the system of scientific research methodology, the academic tradition in western countries, the formulation of research questions, the survey of relevant literature, the operationalization of concepts, variables and their control, hypothesis and hypothesis testing, and academic normalization and creation.
7. Textbooks:
Yan Xuetong, Sun Xuefeng. 2007.The Practical Research Methods of International Relations. Beijing: People’s Publishing House.
8. Credit and Hours: 3 hours per week, 54 hours in total, 3 credits.
9. Test Mode: Written examination, course paper or homework.
 
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1. Course Title: 国际安全概论
2. Course Title: An Introduction to International Security
3. Course Code: 3018123
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
This course introduces students to the concepts, categories and developments and changes of international security, and enables them to know the major factors affecting international security, to investigate the measures to realize international security, and to master the fundamental theories about international security. The course content covers the concepts of international security, the division and connection between traditional security and non-traditional security, the main problems international security faces, the relationship between international security and regional security, the relationship between international security and international organizations, the relationship between international security and national security, the major factors affecting international security, the measures to realize international security, and the related theories about international security.
7. Textbooks:
Wang Yizhou. 1999.International Security in an Era of Globalization. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 3 hours per week, 54 hours in total, 3 credits.
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 专业英语(一、二)
2. Course Title: English for International Relations (1-2)
3. Course Code: 3018153,3018163
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
This course aims at enlarging the students' vocabulary, developing their abilities to read and comprehend English articles about the theories of international relations, the US diplomacy, Sino-American relations, and China's diplomacy, and familiarizing them with the linguistic features of these articles. This course helps the students to learn the courses of international politics through English. The teaching materials will be chosen from those recently published monographs and the academic journals that enjoy an international fame so as to combine theoretical analysis with political and economic reality. This course focuses on a global interpretation of the developmental lines of international politics and economy after World War II. The teaching materials will also include the classic literature on politics and diplomacy (e.g. diplomatic notes, diplomatic correspondences, treaties, negotiations, communiques, political leaders' public speeches, replies to journalists questions and comments etc.).
7. Textbooks: Handouts
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 72 hours in total, 4 credits.
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 联合国与国际组织
2. Course Title: The United Nations and International Organizations
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
This course aims at providing students with knowledge about the functions and mechanisms of the United Nations and other major international organizations in politics, economy, safety, etc., as well as their roles in promoting peace and development of the world. In addition to the United Nations, major international organizations introduced in this course include WTO, EU, NATO, ASEAN, OPEC, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, and so on.
7. Textbooks:
Li, Tiecheng. 2009. Approaching the United Nations. Beijing: People’s Publishing House.
8. Credit and Hours: 4 hours per week, 72 hours in total, 4 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 比较政治制度
2. Course Title: Comparison of Political Systems
3. Course Code: 3018143
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, senior
6. Course Description:
This course aims at helping the students understand systematically the basics for political systems and improve their abilities to analyze the political systems in the western countries. The main content of this course covers the attribution, distribution and organization of state political power, the methods and rules of the functioning of state political power, the structure of states, the organizational systems of and interrelationships among state organs, and so on. Major political systems include systems of constitution, party, election, parliament, sovereign, government and judicature.
7. Textbooks:
Cao, Peilin. 2005. Comparison of Political Systems. Beijing: Higher Education Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 3 hours per week, 54 hours in total, 3 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 大学语文
2. Course Title: College Chinese
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, freshman
6. Course Description:
This course mainly deals with Chinese and foreign classics, including quotations from the Pre-Qin scholars, the Book of Songs, Yuefu Songs of the Han Dynasty, poetry in Wei, Jin and Southern-Northern Dynasties, poetry in Tang and Song Dynasties, drama in Yuan Dynasty, prose and novels in Han, Wei, Jin, Southern-Northern, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, modern Chinese poetry, prose and novels, as well as foreign prose and novels.
7. Textbooks:
Xu, Zhongyu. 2007. College Chinese. Beijing: Higher Education Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 中国政治经济概论
2. Course Title: An Introduction to Chinese Politics and Economy
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
This course aims at helping the students to understand the political and economic systems and their evolvements in China during the recent one hundred years. Through this course, the students will be able to understand the modern politics and economy in China and acquire solid theoretical foundation for participating in international political and economic activities in their future career. The main content of this course includes modern political and economic systems, especially modern political and economic systems in China, such as People's Congress system, electoral system, state administration system, civil servant system, system of regional ethnic autonomy, system of special administrative region, system of the multi-party cooperation under the leadership of the Communist Party of China, political consultation system, the economic reform and strategies of economic development of China, and so on.
7. Textbooks:
Yang, Guangbin. 2007. An Introduction to Contemporary Politics in China. Beijing: People’s University Press.
Zhang, Yu. 2007. Contemporary Economy. Beijing: People’s University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Term paper
 
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1. Course Title: 中国文化概论
2. Course Title: An Introduction to Chinese Culture
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
This course aims at helping the students know the age-old and rich cultural heritages of China, and the main features and inner beauty of Chinese culture, through which they are encouraged to think about how to inherit Chinese culture and make innovations. This course analyzes the emergence of Chinese culture in terms of historical and geographical environment, economic basis, and political and social structures. This course introduces Chinese language and characters, science and technology, education, literature, arts, ethnics, religion and philosophy. It also analyzes the categories, characteristics, value systems and transformation of Chinese culture.
7. Textbooks:
Zhang, Dainian. 2004. An Introduction to Chinese Culture. Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Term paper
 
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1. Course Title: 中国涉外法律概论
2. Course Title: An Introduction to Foreign-Related Laws in China
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, senior
6. Course Description:
This course aims at helping the students understand systematically foreign-related laws and regulations in order to increase their legal consciousness and comprehensive qualities in dealing with international affairs. It mainly deals with the foreign-related legal items in China’s legal system, such as foreign-related police, marriage, notary, adoption, investment, contract of economic and technical import, trade, taxation, finance, customs, inspection of imported and exported commodities, industrial and commercial administration, marine transportation, cultural, educational and health services, arbitration, litigation, and so on.
7. Textbooks:
Zhang, Xuebin. 2004. An Introduction to Foreign-Related Laws. Beijing: Peking University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 美国政治经济与对外关系
2. Course Title: American Politics, Economy and Foreign Relations
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
This course aims at helping the students learn systematically the development and status quo of America in politics and economy in order to understand the evolution, restraining factors and influence of American foreign policies. It systematically introduces the political and economic development of America since its establishment, and analyzes the position of America in the present international community, especially the development of US foreign policies, its basic standpoint in major issues in international politics, economy and safety, and its foreign policies to major countries and regions like China, Russia, Europe, Japan, Latin America, Africa, and so on.
7. Textbooks:
Xiong, Zhiyong. 2007.American Politics and Decision-Making in Foreign Policy. Beijing: Peking University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 日本政治经济与对外关系
2. Course Title: Japanese Politics, Economy and Foreign Relations
3. Course Code:
4. Category:  
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
This course aims at helping the students learn the basic knowledge about politics, economy and foreign relations of Japan, especially the reforms in its political system, decision-making, defense policies, and foreign strategies after World War II, as well as the tremendous influence and challenges these reforms bring to China’s peaceful development. The content of this course includes Japan’s historical background and natural environment, the establishment of its new political system after WWII, the recovery of its economy, the establishment of San Francisco System and its return to the international community, the formation of “the political system of 1955” and economic take-off, rapid economic growth and its politics, transformation from economic power into political power, "the lost decade”, and Japanese politics, economy, diplomatic strategies and foreign relations after the Cold War.
7. Textbooks:
Jin, Xide. 2006.Japan’s Politics and Economy at the Beginning of the 20th Century. Beijing: Peking University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 欧盟政治经济与对外关系
2. Course Title: EU Politics, Economy and Foreign Relations
3. Course Code:
4. Category:
5. Students: Undergraduates of international politics major, senior
6. Course Description:
This course aims at helping the students to understand the process, achievement, problems and future trend of EU political and economic integration. The students are expected to be able to identify its mechanisms and features in politics, economy and foreign relations and make comparisons of the foreign policies between different countries in EU. The content of this course mainly includes the evolution, organization and achievements of EU, the status quo of its political and military integration, its diplomatic practice of “speaking in one voice ”, its relationship with other major countries and international organizations, and the problems and prospects in its future development.
7. Textbooks:
Youri Devuyst. 2007. The European Union Transformed: Community Method and Institutional Evolution from the Schuman Plan to the Constitution for Europe. Beijing: People’s University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 俄罗斯政治经济与对外关系
2. Course Title: Politics, Economy and Foreign Policy of Russia
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics major, senior
6. Course Description:
This course is to enable the students to have a comprehensive understanding of the politics, economy and foreign policies of Russia. Meanwhile, with an introduction to the process in which Russia’s foreign policy has been mapped out since the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the course also makes an analysis of the increasingly important role Russia plays in the current international affairs. The major topics are as follows: Russian history, evolution from the Soviet Union system to presidential government, political parties and party system, economic reshuffling, Putin’s statecraft and the transition of its politics and economy, and relationships between Russia and the U.S., China, CIS, Europe and other international organizations.
7. Textbooks
Li, Bo. 2008. Russia’s Politics and Diplomacy. Beijing: Current Affairs Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 外交学
2. Course Title: Science of Diplomacy
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
The course is to introduce the concepts, history and development of diplomacy and its mechanism and channels as well. The students are required to grasp the diplomatic theories and general rules for diplomatic practices. Moreover, they are trained to cultivate their diplomatic awareness and ability. The course is to cover the following topics: the basic concepts of diplomacy and science of diplomacy; the contemporary system and constraints of diplomacy; foreign policies; diplomatic strategies; diplomatic norms and channels; related theories, practices and etiquettes of diplomacy.
7. Textbooks
Chen, Zhimin et al. 2006. Modern Diplomacy. Beijing: Peking University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 外交决策分析
2. Course Title: Analysis of Foreign Policy
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
The course is to enable the students to master theories and professional knowledge of foreign policy. The students are hoped to be able to apply the international affairs theory and methods in observing and analyzing the decision-making practices in contemporary foreign policy.
7. Textbooks
Wang, Mingming. 2008. Foreign Policy Analysis: Theories and Methods. Beijing: China Social Sciences Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 人权与国际关系
2. Course Title: Human Rights and International Relations
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Compulsory course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics major, senior
6. Course Description:
The course is to introduce basic concepts of human rights and their different implications both at home and abroad, actions taken by the international community in the fields of human rights, problems facing the world in this field, and the increasingly important role of human rights in international relations.
7. Textbooks: Handouts
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 国际关系中的民族与宗教
2. Course Title: Ethnicity and Religion in the International Relations
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics major, senior
6. Course Description:
The course is to introduce to the students the relationship among ethnicity, religion and country, thus enabling them to realize the importance of these issues and their complexity so that they can have a strategic perspective on related issues. The course includes such topics as origins of ethnicity and religion, roles of the major ethnicities and religions, influences of religion on economic development, ethnic conflicts caused by religion, and ethnicity and religion in the age of globalization.
7. Textbooks: Handouts
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 全球化与全球治理
2. Course Title: Globalization and Global Governance
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
The course is to introduce the students the origin and development of globalization and its characteristics, analyze its influences (both positive and negative) on the contemporary international society and their responses. The following topics are included: origin and development of globalization, economic globalization, globalization of environmental protection and media, influence of globalization on domestic governance and international security, globalization and NGO, international systems and anti-globalization.
7. Textbooks
Wang, Lijuan et al. 2008. Globalization and International Politics. Beijing: China Social Sciences Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 国际贸易与国际金融
2. Course Title: International Trade and Finance
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics major, junior
6. Course Description:
The course is to introduce the basic knowledge of international trade and finance, covering the following topics: basic theories and policies of international trade, factors that decides the making of trade policies, multilateral trading system and dispute settlement mechanism, transnational corporation and transnational business, currency pricing and trading in transnational business, international trade financing, commercial loans and securities financing, corporate foreign exchange risk management, balance of international payments.
7. Textbooks
Bo, Wei, ed. 2009. International Trade and Finance. Beijing: Tsinghua University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 经济外交概论
2. Course Title:
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics major, senior
6. Course Description:
The course features the origin, types and channels of economic diplomacy and an understanding of the role that economic diplomacy plays in realizing national interest objectives and promoting international relations. The following topics are included: concepts, origin, types, objectives and principles of economic diplomacy; thinking, policy, channels and effects of economic diplomacy; diplomatic activities in the fields of international finance, trade and investment, etc.; the economic diplomacy against economic globalization and regional economic integration; economic aid and diplomatic sanctions, etc.
7. Textbooks
Zhou, Yongsheng. 2004. Economic Diplomacy. Beijing: China Youth Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 当代西方政治思潮
2. Course Title: Contemporary Western Political Ideologies
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics, seniors
6. Course Description:The course intends to help the students understand the main schools of contemporary Western political ideologies, forerunners and representatives and their thoughts. The main political ideologies include liberalism, conservatism, social democracy, nationalism, fascism, Western Marxism, feminism, postmodernism.
7. Textbooks: Xu Datong (ed.) 2004. Contemporary Western Political Thoughts: since 1970s. Tianjin: Tianjin People Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 国际传播与国际关系
2. Course Title: International Communication and International Relations
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics, juniors
6. Course Description:The course is to help the students obtain a basic knowledge about international communication and the roles played by international communication in implementing foreign policies and building national image. The main contents are: the subject, audience, content, means of international communication; Chinese international communication media and impact; international communication and national image building, etc.
7. Textbooks: Li Zhi. 2007. International politics communication: control and effect. Beijing: Peking University Press.
            Cheng Manli. 2006. A Guide toInternational Communication. Beijing: Peking University Press.
8. Credit and Hours: 2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
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1. Course Title: 形式逻辑学
2. Course Title: Formal logic
3. Course Code:
4. Category: Optional course
5. Students: Undergraduates of International Politics, juniors
6. Course Description:The course is to systematically introduce the knowledge about formal logic, training the students to understand the basic feature of general logic and its important role in thinking so that they can consciously apply the relevant principles and concepts to their daily life to solve real problems.
7. Textbooks: Wu Jiaguo. 2000. Basic Principles of General Logic. Beijing: Higher Education Press.
8. Credit and Hours:
2 hours per week, 36 hours in total, 2 credits
9. Test Mode: Written examination
 
 
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