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  • Take stock of how money and culture feeds into the American political system. Explain the power of the Constitution in US politics. Monitor the influence of special interest groups. See how race, faith and the economy intertwine with policy.

    • 25 Jul 2022
  • International Relations of the Middle East

    MAQ-POIX3220 | Undergraduate

    Explore the international politics and regional relations that shaped the Middle East this past century. Attempt to identify the issues at root in the Arab-Israeli conflict. Cover the impact the Cold War and the War on Terror has had on the region.

    • 25 Jul 2022
  • Middle-East Politics

    MAQ-POIX2780 | Undergraduate

    Familiarise yourself with domestic politics in the Middle East. Build a foundational knowledge of 19th and 20th century regional politics. Appraise Middle East government structures. Use the global post-9/11 environment to contextualise your studies.

    • 21 Feb 2022
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  • Australian Politics in Global Context

    MAQ-POIX1010 | Undergraduate

    Stare down the barrel of Australian political history. Learn about the Dismissal and the Great Depression. Investigate the two-party system and other political institutions. Take on debated hot topics such as globalisation, climate change and war.

    • 21 Feb 2022
  • Ethics, Business and Work

    MAQ-PHIX2010 | Undergraduate

    Break down the ethical considerations that can stem from business activities. Firm up your view on a business' social responsibilities. Unpack codes of conduct and whistleblowing. Question the ability of corporations to influence government policies.

    • 21 Feb 2022
    • 12 Dec 2022