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COURSE UNIT TITLECOURSE UNIT CODESEMESTERTHEORY + PRACTICE (Hour)ECTS
FOREIGN POLITICS AND DIPLOMACY LAW478 - 1 + 2 4

TYPE OF COURSE UNITElective Course
LEVEL OF COURSE UNITBachelor's Degree
YEAR OF STUDY-
SEMESTER-
NUMBER OF ECTS CREDITS ALLOCATED4
NAME OF LECTURER(S)-
LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE UNIT At the end of this course, the students;
1) Evaluate the factors that affected Turkish foreign policy, the manners of foreign policy.
MODE OF DELIVERYFace to face
PRE-REQUISITES OF THE COURSENo
RECOMMENDED OPTIONAL PROGRAMME COMPONENTNone
COURSE CONTENTS
WEEKTOPICS
1st Week States and foreign policies, diplomacy.
2nd Week Nation-state and national interests, the perception of foreign interests, the legitimacy of international law and national interests
3rd Week Diplomacy and Public Diplomacy
4th Week Public diplomacy, history
5th Week In foreign policy, the expected benefits practices Public Diplomacy
6th Week Analysis of communication systems
7th Week Public Diplomacy, Information, dezenformasyon and psychological activity
8th Week Midterm Exam
9th Week Propaganda and psychological operations
10th Week Failure of the activities of public diplomacy
11th Week U.S. Public Diplomacy,Germany Public Diplomacy, Goethe Institute
12th Week The history of Public Diplomacy in Turkey:
13th Week Turkey's exposure to foreign Public Diplomacy
14th Week Turkey-EU relations in the context of public diplomacy activities and results.
RECOMENDED OR REQUIRED READINGFOUSKAS, Vassilis K. (2007): The Politics of Conflict. A Survey. London:Routledge
RICH, Norman (2003): Great power diplomacy since 1914. Boston: McGraw Hill
NEWSOM, D.D. (1996): The public dimension of foreign policy. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
CHATTERJEE, Charles (2007): International Law and Diplomacy. London:Rutledge.
BOLEWSKI, Wilfried (2007): Diplomacy and international law in globalized relations. Berlin:Springer.
MELISSEN, Jan (2005): The new public diplomacy: soft power in international relations. Basingstoke:Palgrave MacMillan
PLANNED LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND TEACHING METHODSLecture,Discussion
ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA
 QuantityPercentage(%)
Mid-term140
Total(%)40
Contribution of In-term Studies to Overall Grade(%)40
Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade(%)60
Total(%)100
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTIONTurkish
WORK PLACEMENT(S)No
  

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