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MUR-POL161 | Undergraduate
Chip away at the issues and relationships that define contemporary global affairs. Examine the global role of capitalism and democracy. Apply idealistic, constructivist, Marxist and feminist thinking to your research about international relations.
MUR-POL192 | Undergraduate
Launch into an investigation of security, terrorism and counterterrorism. Work to understand the relationships terrorism has with religion, democracy and the media. Place your studies in the context of Australia's approach to terrorist threats.
MUR-POL345 | Undergraduate
Understand international politics, and security and strategic studies. Examine competing theories and different conceptions of security, the post-Cold War system, the roles of the United Nations and international law in international security.
MUR-POL234 | Undergraduate
Understand terrorism and counter-terrorism politics and policy. Draw on contemporary and historical case studies to consider the relationships between forces of globalisation, political interest, ideology and violence.
MUR-SUS207 | Undergraduate
Appraise how effective Australian overseas aid and development policies are. Form a picture of key development agencies. Unpack the motivations behind international aid. Engage in historical and philosophical analyses of the ongoing debates in this field.
MUR-POL236 | Undergraduate
Chart the course of American foreign policy since the Cold War. Diagnose how these policies have affected global security. Revisit events surrounding the Cuban Missile Crisis. Draw links between the US approach to security and the country's identity.