To explain how globalization rebuilt public policy and social behavior, we study the different political, economic, and social actors - public or private, individual or collective - and the exchanges and interactions between them that are remaking international relations. This course is inspired by a French sociological and historical approach to international relations.
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I really enjoyed this course. Bertrand Badie has a great view, and the course content is rich. I am very grateful to my university (UNESP-Brasil) for the opportunity, to Coursera and to Sciences Po.
I finally understood our global world. Course stracture allowed a holistic view of our world evolution. I retained the quote "peace the the time between two wars" Oh so true unfortunately!
Amazing insights and very refreshing to see the evolution of the world and its powers from a global perspective rather than the dominant western.
Fantastic (ou fantastique)! I wish that portions of Badie's many writings were available as PDF downloads to accompany the course lectures.