History of International Relations
Major: International Relations
Code of subject: 6.291.01.O.010
Department: Political Science and International Relations
Lecturer: PhD in Political sciences, associate professor Demchyshak Ruslan.
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Завдання: - GC 2. Ability to preserve and multiply moral, cultural, scientific values and achievements of society based on understanding the history and patterns of development of the subject area, its place in the general system and knowledge of nature and society, and in the development of society, technology and technology, use different types and forms of motor activities for active recreation and healthy living; - GC 4. Knowledge and understanding of the subject area and understanding of professional activity; - GC 5. Ability to work in an international context; - PC 1. Ability to identify features and trends, understand the nature, dynamics, principles of organization of international relations, public communications and / or regional studies; - PC 5. Ability to analyze the impact of the world economy, international law and domestic policy on the structure and dynamics of international relations and foreign policy; - PC 6. Ability to apply the principles of diplomatic and consular service, diplomatic protocol and etiquette, the ability to conduct diplomatic and business correspondence (in Ukrainian and foreign languages); -PC 7. Ability to analyze international integration processes in the world and on the European continent, and Ukraine's place in them; - PC 8. Awareness of Ukraine's national interests in the international arena; - PC 11. Ability to analyze the nature and evolution of international organizations, their place in the system of international relations, the main forms and prospects of Ukraine's cooperation with them; - PC 13. Ability to analyze the activities of international non-state actors and transnational relations; - PC 15. Ability to analyze features, development trends, forms, methods and tools of state regulation of regional and cross-border cooperation
Learning outcomes: LO01. To know and understand the nature of international relations and regional development, evolution, the state of theoretical studies of international relations and world politics, as well as the nature and sources of state policy in the international arena and the activities of other participants in international relations. LO02. To know and understand the nature and dynamics of international security, understand the features of its provision at the global, regional and national levels, know the nature and approaches to resolving international and international conflicts LO04. To know the principles, mechanisms and processes of foreign policy, interaction between foreign and domestic policy, definition and implementation in the international arena of national interests, the process of formation and implementation of foreign policy decisions. LO06. To know the nature and peculiarities of interactions of individual countries and regions at the global, regional and local levels. LO09. To investigate the problems of international relations, regional development, foreign policy, international communications, using modern political, economic and legal theories and concepts, scientific methods and interdisciplinary approaches, present research results, provide appropriate recommendations LO11. To carry out an applied analysis of international relations, foreign policy of Ukraine and other states, international processes and the international situation in accordance with the objectives, prepare information and analytical documents LOP 1.1 To know and understand the nature, dynamics of international processes in specific spheres of international relations, trends in their development Com 1.Ability to freely use foreign languages in practice in the specialty, to conduct direct and reverse translation of documents from foreign languages; AandV2. Ability to realize the need for lifelong learning in order to deepen the acquired and acquire new professional knowledge
Required prior and related subjects: - Rerequisite: Theory of International Relations. - Corerequisite: History of ideas, concepts and theories of international relations
Summary of the subject: The course "History of International Relations" is an integral part of the cycle of disciplines of the specialty "International Relations" of the first level of higher education (bachelor's), the purpose of which is to ensure the ability to solve complex specialized tasks and practical problems in the field of international relations, public communications and regional studies or in the learning process, which involves the application of theories and methods of political science and the science of international relations; formation of scientifically based ideas and systematized knowledge in students about the historical evolution of international relations in the era of Westphalia, Vienna, Versailles-Washington and Yalta-Potsdam (in bipolar and post-bipolar versions) systems, peculiarities of historical types of international systems, prerequisites for the formation of world politics.
Опис: Subject and objectives of the discipline "History of international relations". international relations in the Ancient world. International relations in the Middle Ages. Church in the international relations of the Middle Ages. The Crusades. The development of international relations in the XVI century. Background and establishment of the Westphalian system of international relations. The struggle for the establishment of the principles of balance of power national sovereignty in international relations of the second half of the ХVIIІ century.. Napoleonic Wars and the collapse of the Empire of Napoleon Bonaparte I. Congress of Vienna in 1815 and the formation of Vienna system of international relations. "Holy Alliance" and the struggle of nations for self-determination. "Eastern question" in the European politic of 1820-1840's. Revolution of 1848-1849 and the collapse of Vienna system of international relations. The foreign policy of the leading European countries in the 50's - early 70's of the XIX century. Crimean War. Development of political situation in Europe after the Treaty of Frankfurt. The crisis in the Balkans and the Russian-Turkish war. Formation of the political-military blocs in Europe in the late ХІХ - early ХХ. Exacerbations of international relations before the First World War.International relations during the First World War (1914-1918). Formation and basic principles of the Versailles-Washington system of international relations. Activation of the national liberation movement of the peoples of Asia and Africa as a new trend in the development of international relations after the end of World War I. Foreign policy of European states in the 1920's. Elimination of the Versailles system and the establishment of German hegemony in Europe (1933 - 1939). The beginning of World War II. International relations in 1939-1942 International relations in 1943-1945 International relations in the Pacific region (1939-1945) Formation and basic principles of the Yalta-Potsdam system of international relations. Formation of the bipolar structure of international relations. Exacerbation of international relations in the context of the Cold War. Eastern European countries in the "new type of international relations system". Soviet-American relations in the 50-60's of the twentieth century. International relations of the 70's? first half. 80's of the twentieth century .: from the policy of detente to intensify the confrontation between opposing systems. A new course of foreign policy of the Soviet Union (1985-1991). The international significance of the collapse of the USSR and the formation of new independent states. Globalization and regionalization of modern international relations.The Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022 and the reaction of the international community.
Assessment methods and criteria: - Current control (40%), oral examination, answers on seminars, writing essays. - Final control (60%): examination (three-level testing).
Критерії оцінювання результатів навчання: Speeches at the seminar class on the issues defined in the Plan of the seminar class (max. score – 3* -Preparation of an essay and a presentation (max. score – 4**). - Additions to the main speeches of colleagues, participation in the discussion of problematic issues, asking questions to colleagues (max. score - 2***).
Recommended books: • Davies, Norman. Europe: History / Norman Davies; [trans. from eng. P.Taraschuk, O.Kovalenko]. - K .: Publishing agency of Solomia Pavlichko "Fundamentals", 2008. - 1464 p. • Zinchenko A. History of diplomacy from antiquity to the beginning of modern times. Teach. guide / A. Zinchenko. - Vinnytsia: Nova knyha, 2002. - 564 p. • History of international relations and foreign policy: XX-beginning of XXI century. : Textbook / [V.F. Salabai, I.D. Dudko, V. Borysenko, M.P. Chub]. - K .: KNEU, 2006. - 368 p. • The history of the modern world: social and political history of XV-XX centuries .: Textbook. manual / [Gorban Y.A., Bilyk B.I., L. Dyachuk etc ]; Ed. A. Gorban. - Kyiv: Vikar, 2003. - 435 p. • Manjola V. A. International Relations and Foreign Policy (1945-70s): / V.A. Manzhola, M.M. Bilousov, V.S. Bruz. - К ., 1999. - 560 с. • Martynenko A.K., Martynenko B.A. International Relations 1945-1975: Textbook. - Kyiv: Lira-K Publishing House, 2007. - 366 p. • Peace and security. The concept of foreign policy of Ukraine (working materials on the results of 2019) [Electronic resource] / Ed. Serhiy Korsunsky and others. - [Access mode]: http://library.fes.de/pdf-files/bueros/ukraine/15890.pdf