International systems of the 20th Century


Professor to be announced

Semester course, offered each semester: 1 unit


This course describes and analyzes the succession of international systems in the 20th Century (Order of Versailles, United Nations, Cold War, the current international disorder…), including demonstrating how the great powers have tried to organize international relations by establishing rules to create an interstate order but also analyzing the limits of the successive orders while observing the discordant elements in each system (e.g., states challenging an International order unfavorable to Germany from 1919 to 1939, world decolonization, terrorism).