This class was tough.
I would recommend it because it's a very useful and knowledgable class that can be applied to ones everyday life even if it's not associated with your major.
The highlights of this course were long and interesting lectures, group activities, and eye-opening discussions. I learned a lot about world politics and how states interact with each other through realist, liberal and constructivist views.
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Advice for students:
The best advice I can give to students taking this course is to do the readings even though they are extremely long and participate in class as much as you can because the participation grade counts for 20%. This will help in the long run when it comes to taking the midterm and final because all of the questions are based off the readings. Also, when it comes to the essay, ask the professor plenty of questions to how it should be done because most professors will grade essays of this nature very critically.