The course offers a well-researched and broad-ranging primer to the United Nations system. Consisting of an introduction to the complex UN family and its history, and a series of ‘snapshots’ of key UN functions, which are used to explore important UN themes and help learners develop important analysis, communication, and policy-based skills.
Global Diplomacy: the United Nations in the Worldロンドン大学（University of London）
ロンドン大学（University of London）
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ロンドン大学アジア・アフリカ研究学院（SOAS University of London）
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GLOBAL DIPLOMACY: THE UNITED NATIONS IN THE WORLD からの人気レビュー
A great informative course about the United Nations, its composition and different activities the organization is engaged with. Really good interview videos and great reading materials.
It was an amazing jurney! I learned alot during the past 7 weeks. I will recommend this course for those who are interested in Global Diplomacy the United Nations in the World.
This course is very comprehensive and it is useful not only for Sociology professors like myself, but also for anyone who wants to know more about the history of the United Nations and its roles.
I would have liked if there were more video lectures. I felt like I didn't learn as much as I was expecting to. Eitherway, I did gain some knowledge and somewhat enjoyed the course.