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International System in the 20th Century

by Stanford

This course material is only available in the iTunes U app on iPhone or iPad.

Course Description

World politics and international relations from the dominance of empires and nation states at the turn of the century to the present. The influence of communism, fascism, and anti-imperialism, and the emergence of society as a factor in international relations. Questions of sovereignty versus the new world order.

This undergraduate Stanford course was taught on campus three times a week in 50 minute lectures.

For more online learning opportunities, please visit Stanford Online.

Customer Reviews

Makes ITunes U worth it!

Only on the 3rd lecture, but am enjoying the arc of history in Europe, 19th to the 20th centuries. A masterful chess game on so many levels. Such courses are not entertainment, but more insightful in connecting the dots of historical events, giving full credit to the stakes involved in the various states, actors competing for power, and indeed preying on states where there is the absence of power.... much to consider and so helpful in putting today's events in appropriate perspective! Thank you!

Great Course

Dr. Sheehan delivers a brilliant, sober, and articulate picture of the development of the modern world. Very much enjoyed this course, highly recommend it for those looking for a broad landscape of how current world order evolved.

This is a great course.

Gives a great deal of insight into 20 century.

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