|授業科目名||国際政治特講１ 国際関係の政治思想／国際関係特講１ 国際関係の政治思想|
|履修条件||Nothing particularly, but it is better for students to have the basic knowledge on international relations and western political thought. Also, it is better to have basic English speaking skills.|
|科目の目的・到達目標||The purpose of this course is to introduce students to a variety of frameworks of thinking about international politics/international relations and to familiarize students with key ideas and thinkers (from classical to contemporary) in international political thought.
The goal of this course is to understand the history of international political thought and contemporary accounts of international politics/international relations.
|授業の概要||Standing at the intersection between international relations and political thought, this course offers students the opportunity to engage with various interpretations of "the international" in Western political thought. Through the analysis of primary texts, it addresses the ideas of international relations – sovereignty, justice, war and peace – as understood by political philosophers such as Thucydides, Grotius, Hobbes, Kant and J. S. Mill, and more contemporary theorists such as Rawls and Walzer.|
|授業計画||1. Introduction: The Study of International Political Thought
2. History of ideas in international relations: realism and idealism
3. Athenian Democracy and War: Thucydides
4. Christian Pacifism and Just War Theory: from Cicero to Thomas Aquinas
5. The Modern European State and the Society of States: Grotius
6. Realism-The State, Power and State of Nature: Machiavelli and Hobbes
7. Liberalism-The Enlightenment and a Perpetual Peace: Rousseau and Kant
8. Socialism and International Political Economy: Marx
9. State Sovereignty and (Non)Intervention: J.S.Mill
10.Justice and Humanitarian Intervention
11. Global Justice: Rawls and Pogge
12. Feminist Understandings in International Relations
13. Nonwestern political thought of international relations: Japanese thinkers etc.
14: Review: Post-Westphalian International Political Thought?
|評価方法||Attendance (30%), Class Participation (20%) and Final Exam (50%)|
David Boucher, Political Theories of International Relations: From Thucydides to the Present, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998.
Mark V. Kauppi and Paul R. Viotti, The Global Philosophers: World Politics in Western Thought, NY: Lexington Books, 1992.
Chris Brown, Sovereignty, Rights and Justice: International Political Theory Today, Oxford: Polity, 2002.
Chris Brown, Terry Nardin and Nicholas Rengger (eds.), International Relations in Political Thought: Texts from the Ancient Greeks to the First World War, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Edward Keene, International Political Thought: A Historical Introduction, Oxford: Polity Press, 2005.
|授業外の学習活動||To prepare for the class, students should read the handouts.
For example, complete reading assignments and prepare for the class discussion．
Also, after the class, rethink of the class discussion and have your opinion．