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Course 101

1. Course 101 (Section A)

Introducing International Relations: Current state of the discipline
Resource Person: Mr. Mohammad Towheedul Islam

2. Course 101 (Section A)

A Short Introduction to the History of the World since 1919
Resource Person: Mr. Obaidul Haque

3. Course 101 (Section A)

Principal Theories of International Relations: An Overview
Resource Person: Prof. Abdul Halim

4. Course 101 (Section A)
Changing Concept of State and Sovereignty in the Int’l System
Resource Person: Ms. Bushra Hasina Chowdhury

5. Course 101 (Section A)

Non-State Actors and International Politics
Resource Person: Dr. Syeda Rozana Rashid

6. Course 101 (Section A)

Democracy and the Third World: End of History?
Resource Person: Prof. Ashequa Irshad

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Power and National Power in IR

C R Abrar COURSE 102 1. Dr. Course 101 (Section A) Globalization and International Relations Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Course 101 (Section A) Nations. ASM Ali Ashraf 12. Amena Mohsin 10. Ehsanul Haque . Nationalism and Nation-State in the Study of IR Resource Person: Prof. Ruksana Kibria 9 . : Course 102 (Section A) Foreign Policy Making in Developing Countries Resource Person: Prof. Imtiaz Ahmed 8. Course 101 (Section A) International Law and its Application in International Relations 11. Course 101 (Section A) Cold War and Post-Cold War Dynamics in International Relations Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Course 101 (Section A) Relevance of Ideologies in International Affairs Resource Person: Dr.Resource Person: Prof.

Abdul Halim 5. BIMSTEC and BMIC . Course 102 (Section A) Bangladesh and Its South Asian Neighbors—Opportunities and Obstacles Resource Person: Ambassador Humayun Kabir 7. Course 102 (Section B) National Security of Bangladesh: Issues. Course 102 (Section A) Bangladesh’s Maritime Security-the Bay of Bengal. Indian Ocean and Beyond 6. Abdur Rob Khan 8. Course 102 (Section A) Formulation of Bangladesh’s Foreign Policy: Internal and External Factors Resource Person: Prof. Course 102 (Section A) Emergence of Bangladesh: the Role of External Powers 3. Ruhul Amin 9. the European Union. ASEAN. Course 102 (Section A) Bangladesh and the Middle East Resource Person: Prof. Course 102 (Section A) Bangladesh and Big Powers—the United States. Concerns and Prospects 4.2. China and Japan Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Course 102 (Section A) Regional Cooperation and Bangladesh’s Initiatives—SAARC.

Resource Person: Ms. Course 103 (Section A) The Arab Spring and its Effect on Regional and International Security Resource Person: Prof. Mohammad Atique Rahman 12. Course 103 (Section A) Approaches to the Study of Global Security Resource Person: Dr. Future of Bangladesh in a Changing Global Scenario Resource Person: Ms. Ruhul Amin . Lailufar Yasmin COURSE 103 1 . Saima Ahmed 10 . ASM Ali Ashraf 2. Course 103 (Section A) 9/11 and the Global War on Terrorism Resource Person: Professor M. Shahiduzzaman 3. Course 102 (Section A) Bangladesh’s Foreign Economic Goals Resource Person: Mr. Course 102 (Section A) Bangladesh and the UN—Challenges and Opportunities 11. Course 103 (Section A) NATO and the Future of Military Alliances/Coalitions in World Politics 4.

Mohammad Towheedul Islam 8. Lecture 37: Course 103 (Section A) The Politics of Nuclear Weapons Proliferation Resource Person: Prof. Course 103 (Section A) Balancing American Hegemony: the Role of China. Imtiaz Ahmed 6. mass killings. Mohammad Tanzimuddin Khan 9. European Union. Course 103 (Section A) The Changing Nature of UN Peacekeeping: Changes and Choices Resource Person: Brigadier General Saleem Ahmad Khan 11. Course 103 (Section A) Ethnic conflict. Course 103 (Section A) Energy security Resource Person: Dr. Dr. and Russia 7. Mohammad Atique Rahman 10. genocide and international security Resource Person: Mr. Course 103 (Section A) .5. Course 103 (Section A) Feminist Perspectives on International Security 12. Course 103 (Section A) Global Climate Change: Threats and Possible Responses Resource Person: Mr.

Dr. Mohammad Atique Rahman 6. Mohammad Tanzimuddin Khan 2. Drug Smuggling. Course 104 (Section A) Multinational corporations and foreign direct investment (FDI): A critical view on their roles in global economy Resource Person: Mr. Course 104 (Section A) Global civil society: Implications for promoting human tights. Course 104 (Section A) Intellectual property rights: Issues and challenges for the Global South Resource Person: Mr. Course 104 (Section A) International trade and finance: Trends and new directions Resource Person: Prof. Course 104 (Section A) Conceptualizing international development and global governance Resource Person: Dr. Lecture 31: Course 104 (Section A) The politics of aid and development: The Role of International Financial Institutions Resource Person: Prof.Transnational Crimes: A Snapshot on Cyber Crime. CR Abrar 5. Obaidul Haque 4. Dr. Sohela Nazneen 3. peace and security . Dr. Rashed Uz Zaman COURSE 104 1. Human Trafficking and maritime piracy Resource Person: Prof.

Syeda Rozana Rashid 12. Dr. Amena Mohsin 11. Bushra Hasina Chowdhury 8. Course 104 (Section A) Development and human security: Global energy and health crisis Resource Person: Ms. Delwar Hossain . Dr. The United Nations Millennium Development Goals and post-MDGs with special focus on developing and under-developed countries Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Sohela Nazneen 10. Course 104 (Section A) Reforming the agenda of global development and governance? New economic powers and institutions Resource Person: Prof. Course 104 (Section A) Development induced displacement and conflict: Trends and patterns Resource Person: Dr.7. Course 104 (Section A) Gender and global development and governance Resource Person: Prof. Lailufar Yasmin 9. Course 104 (Section A) New regionalism in the world: Implications and challenges Resource Person: Ms.