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Course 101

1. Course 101 (Section A)

Introducing International Relations: Current state of the discipline


Resource Person: Mr. Mohammad Towheedul Islam

2. Course 101 (Section A)

A Short Introduction to the History of the World since 1919


Resource Person: Mr. Obaidul Haque

3. Course 101 (Section A)

Principal Theories of International Relations: An Overview


Resource Person: Prof. Abdul Halim

4. Course 101 (Section A)


Changing Concept of State and Sovereignty in the Intl System
Resource Person: Ms. Bushra Hasina Chowdhury

5. Course 101 (Section A)

Non-State Actors and International Politics


Resource Person: Dr. Syeda Rozana Rashid

6. Course 101 (Section A)

Democracy and the Third World: End of History?


Resource Person: Prof. Ashequa Irshad

7 Course 101 (Section A)

Power and National Power in IR

Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed

8. Course 101 (Section A)

Cold War and Post-Cold War Dynamics in International Relations


Resource Person: Prof. Ruksana Kibria

9 . Course 101 (Section A)

Nations, Nationalism and Nation-State in the Study of IR


Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Amena Mohsin

10. Course 101 (Section A)


International Law and its Application in International Relations

11. Course 101 (Section A)


Relevance of Ideologies in International Affairs
Resource Person: Dr. ASM Ali Ashraf

12. Course 101 (Section A)


Globalization and International Relations
Resource Person: Prof. Dr. C R Abrar

COURSE 102

1. : Course 102 (Section A)

Foreign Policy Making in Developing Countries


Resource Person: Prof. Ehsanul Haque

2. Course 102 (Section A)

Emergence of Bangladesh: the Role of External Powers

3. Course 102 (Section B)

National Security of Bangladesh: Issues, Concerns and Prospects

4. Course 102 (Section A)

Formulation of Bangladeshs Foreign Policy: Internal and External Factors


Resource Person: Prof. Abdul Halim

5. Course 102 (Section A)

Bangladeshs Maritime Security-the Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean and Beyond

6. Course 102 (Section A)

Bangladesh and Its South Asian NeighborsOpportunities and Obstacles


Resource Person: Ambassador Humayun Kabir

7. Course 102 (Section A)

Bangladesh and Big Powersthe United States, the European Union, China and Japan
Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Abdur Rob Khan

8. Course 102 (Section A)

Bangladesh and the Middle East


Resource Person: Prof. Ruhul Amin

9. Course 102 (Section A)

Regional Cooperation and Bangladeshs InitiativesSAARC, ASEAN, BIMSTEC and BMIC

Resource Person: Ms. Saima Ahmed

10 . Course 102 (Section A)

Bangladesh and the UNChallenges and Opportunities

11. Course 102 (Section A)

Bangladeshs Foreign Economic Goals


Resource Person: Mr. Mohammad Atique Rahman

12. Future of Bangladesh in a Changing Global Scenario

Resource Person: Ms. Lailufar Yasmin

COURSE 103

1 . Course 103 (Section A)

Approaches to the Study of Global Security


Resource Person: Dr. ASM Ali Ashraf

2. Course 103 (Section A)

9/11 and the Global War on Terrorism


Resource Person: Professor M. Shahiduzzaman

3. Course 103 (Section A)

NATO and the Future of Military Alliances/Coalitions in World Politics

4. Course 103 (Section A)

The Arab Spring and its Effect on Regional and International Security
Resource Person: Prof. Ruhul Amin

5. Lecture 37: Course 103 (Section A)

The Politics of Nuclear Weapons Proliferation


Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed

6. Course 103 (Section A)

Balancing American Hegemony: the Role of China, European Union, and Russia

7. Course 103 (Section A)

Global Climate Change: Threats and Possible Responses


Resource Person: Mr. Mohammad Towheedul Islam

8. Course 103 (Section A)

Energy security
Resource Person: Dr. Mohammad Tanzimuddin Khan

9. Course 103 (Section A)

Ethnic conflict, mass killings, genocide and international security


Resource Person: Mr. Mohammad Atique Rahman

10. Course 103 (Section A)

The Changing Nature of UN Peacekeeping: Changes and Choices


Resource Person: Brigadier General Saleem Ahmad Khan

11. Course 103 (Section A)

Feminist Perspectives on International Security

12. Course 103 (Section A)

Transnational Crimes: A Snapshot on Cyber Crime, Drug Smuggling, Human Trafficking and
maritime piracy
Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Rashed Uz Zaman

COURSE 104

1. Course 104 (Section A)

Conceptualizing international development and global governance


Resource Person: Dr. Mohammad Tanzimuddin Khan

2. Course 104 (Section A)

International trade and finance: Trends and new directions


Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Sohela Nazneen

3. Course 104 (Section A)

Multinational corporations and foreign direct investment (FDI): A critical view on their roles in
global economy
Resource Person: Mr. Obaidul Haque

4. Lecture 31: Course 104 (Section A)

The politics of aid and development: The Role of International Financial Institutions
Resource Person: Prof. Dr. CR Abrar

5. Course 104 (Section A)

Intellectual property rights: Issues and challenges for the Global South
Resource Person: Mr. Mohammad Atique Rahman

6. Course 104 (Section A)

Global civil society: Implications for promoting human tights, peace and security

7. Course 104 (Section A)

Development and human security: Global energy and health crisis


Resource Person: Ms. Bushra Hasina Chowdhury

8. Course 104 (Section A)

New regionalism in the world: Implications and challenges


Resource Person: Ms. Lailufar Yasmin

9. Course 104 (Section A)

Gender and global development and governance


Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Sohela Nazneen

10. The United Nations Millennium Development Goals and post-MDGs with special focus on

developing and under-developed countries


Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Amena Mohsin

11. Course 104 (Section A)

Development induced displacement and conflict: Trends and patterns


Resource Person: Dr. Syeda Rozana Rashid

12. Course 104 (Section A)

Reforming the agenda of global development and governance? New economic powers and
institutions
Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Delwar Hossain