This course covers a variety of topics in international relations, including: > Theories of Immigration > The Impact of Foreign Aid> Why States Comply to International Agreements And so much more! This class assumes a basic level of understanding about international relations. It is modeled after the second sequence international relations course at the University of Texas at Austin, therefore, I strongly suggest that you take “Intro to International Relations” before taking this course. The course is very reading intensive, and demands a great deal of critical analysis. Due to the nature of international relations, there are no clear and quick answers to the problems that will arise in the material. Even as our ideas develop and mature, new interpretations of history, liberty, and justice arise with every generation. With that, Ihope that you decide to further your education by partaking in this course.