The British Academy for Training and Development present this training course in TheOrigin and Development of International Relations over time, until reaching its current form as a stand-alone independent science, for all professionals wishing to develop and enhance their qualities in the science of International Relations under modern methods prepared and introduced by The British Academy.
International Relations are based on solid connections and mutual interdependence between countries. Each state considers only its own strength and security because it is in a system based on self-defense. It seeks prestige among other states in the universal political regime, especially the independence of its decision, based on the compatibility of interests between countries.
Political System is defined as the group of Official Governmental Institutions, Non-Governmental or Non-Formal Institutions, including the institutions that work on political decision-making in the country, this is from structural perspective, but from the behavioral point of view, Political Regime is the group that leads to organization and regulation of institutional work according to the authority vested in each and all institutions of the political system, which operate according to a set of legal rules reflecting the form and the system of government in the state, which known as the Country Constitution.
Objectives and target group
The British Academy for Training and Development offers this course to the following categories:
All new personnel and officials in the Diplomatic Sector.
Formal Officers in charge of International Agreements.
Directors of International Relations Offices.
Students and graduates of colleges and institutes of Political Science and International Relations.
New professionals in the specialized entities working in the field of International Relations, including Embassies, Consulates and Ministries.
After completing the program, participants will be able to master the following topics:
Historical Stages of development of International Relations as a concept and independent political science.
Basic and Subsidiary Entities in International Relations.
Topics and Branches of International Relations and International Law.
Relations between foreign and international policies, and international relations.
The concept of International Relations.
Definitions of International Relations through history.
Development of international relations as a concept and independent political science.
Theories and Factors affecting International Relations.
The International Politics.
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