Programme/Approved Electives for 2022/23
Available as a Free Standing Elective
Students of this module will investigate these dynamic trends shaping the global governance of peace in the changing world order. Drawing on mainstream International Relations and critical peace studies, the students will examine the evolution and the recent crisis in the global governance of peace and security. The module will use a variety of real world examples, case studies, short films, databases, speeches and policy briefings to critically examine the recent state of global governance architecture. The module aims to cultivate critical skills to understand the ideological underpinnings of the current global governance of peace, its impact on norms and practices of peacebuilding and peacekeeping on the ground, as well as alternative forms of mitigating conflict that are gaining ground.
Intended Learning Outcomes
discuss global governance of peace as a part of a wider historical and structural shift in the world order: 1,2critically evaluate the `everydayż manifestation of peacekeeping and peacebuilding through various themes such as transition justice, election monitoring, security sector reform: 1,2critically analyse contemporary peace operations as well as the challenges and opportunities they present: 1,2develop new knowledge or approaches to alternatives to liberal peace: 2
10 hours lectures10 hours seminars80 hours seminar preparation10 hours group presentation preparation40 hours essay research and preparation
1: Group Presentation weighted 30%
Description of Module Assessment
Group Oral PresentationUsing at least two case studies, students will present on the question: Can liberal peace survive a post-liberal world? Students will work in groups of 3-4 for the presentation of 15 minutes, which will include peer moderation in the weighting of individual marks. The presentations will take place during the tutorials.2: Essay weighted 70%
EssayA 3000-word essay will be written from a choice of questions.