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1. What is International Relations and what is its relevance? 
2. Approaches to International Relations: Theories in IR 
3. Approaches to International Relations (Part 2).
4. The Nation-State System
5. The Nation State System: Basic Features Of A Nation-State.
6. National Interest
7. National Interest (Part 2)
8. Balance Of Power (Bop)
9. Balance Of Power (Part 2)
10. Diplomacy
11. Diplomacy (Part 2)
12. Colonialism, Neo-Colonialism & Imperialism.
13. Colonialism, Neo-Colonialism & Imperialism (Part 2).
14. Colonialism, Neo-Colonialism & Imperialism (Part 3).
15. New International Economic Order
16. New International Economic Order (Part 2).
17. Non-Alignment Movement
18. Non-Alignment Movement (Part 2)
19. Non-Alignment Movement (Part 3)
20. The Cold War And Its Impacts – Introducing The Cold War Phenomenon.
21. The Cold War And Its Impacts (Part 2)
22. The Cold War And Its Impacts (Part 3)
23. Disarmament And Arms Control
24. Disarmament And Arms Control (Part 2)
25. The Relevance Of International Law In International Relations.
26.The Relevance Of International Law In International Relations (Part 2).
27. International Organizations
28. International Organizations (Part 2)
29. International Organizations (Part 3)
30. The Role Of Decision Making In International Relations.
31. Decision Making
32. Systems Approach To IR
33. Systems Based Approach (Part 2) – Distinct Systems In IR 
34. Liberalism And Social Democracy
35. Liberalism And Social Democracy (Part 2)
36. Integration In IR
37. Globalization And Its Implications
38. The Global Divide
39. Focus On Foreign Investments
40. Conflict And Conflict Resolution
41. Conflict Resolution
42. The Global Environment
43. The Global Environment (Part 2)
44. How IR differ from Domestic Politics?
45. Change And IR

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