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The Unipolar World Order After the Cold War and the Current Multipolar Order

Introduction

The course covers the transition from a unipolar world order after the Cold War to the current multipolar order, including the rise of the United States as the sole superpower, the emergence of China as a global player, the role of the European Union in global politics, clashes and alliances between civilizations, nationalism and ethnic conflicts, globalization and emerging economies, global security and governance, energy politics, and the EU's global political influence.

What you will learn

By completing this course, learners will gain a comprehensive understanding of the shifts in global power dynamics after the Cold War, as well as the ability to analyze and evaluate the impact of these changes on international relations, global security, and governance.

Course program

The Unipolar World Order of the 1990s
The Rise of China and the Current Multipolar Order
The European Union and Global Politics
Clashes and Alliances Between Civilizations
Nationalism and Ethnic Conflicts
Globalization and Emerging Economies
Global Security and Governance
Energy Politics and Global Power Structures
EU's Global Political Influence
Migration Dynamics and International Relations