Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This is an amazing course taught by an amazing professor. It's a lot of reading and a lot of stuff to cover, but the professor is super knowledgeable and enthusiastic. I never finished all of the readings but he is very straightforward in class with all the information you need to know.
The highlight was the professor. It was very encouraging to see someone so passionate about their subject and you could tell he loved teaching it too. I learned the three different perspectives on how to view international relations: realism, liberalism, and identity.
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Advice for students:
Don't try and read everything. Learn how to read and take notes or ask him what the major points are that you should be looking for in each chapter. Please don't waste your time trying to read each assignment because it is literally too much and you cannot and will not get it done with all of your other classes. He is extremely helpful and very clear (and super interesting to talk too). Skim and look for the main arguments.