TRN150Y1: National versus International



The international system today faces extraordinary challenges. Understanding these challenges requires understanding the past. This seminar course briefly reviews the origins and development of the international system from the 17th century through the age of empires and the great wars of the 20th century. It then concentrates on the clash of nationalism with internationalism in the world since 1945, looking at such issues as what drives nationalism and what alternatives there are to it. We will study ideas and ideologies as well as the institutions that make up the current geopolitical world. Restricted to first-year students admitted to the Trinity One Program. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, UC One, Vic One, Woodsworth One
Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)
Society and its Institutions (3)
Mode of Delivery
In Class