Any Given We: Cosmopolitanism in International Relations

  • Friday, April 12, 2013
  • 1:00 PM EDT
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Author, international relations expert, and Norwich faculty member, Scott Nelson, will present on the many “truths” that scholars hold about international relations. He will break them down and show that they are not in fact truths, but are the product of particular theorizations derived from European attempts to constitute legitimate authority in a unique political form: the modern nation-state.

Key questions that will be answered:

  • What does it mean to theorize politics in international relations?
  • How have scholars theorized the idea of community in international relations?
  • What are the prospects for powerful and enduring communal forms in relations among states and other key actors in world politics?

In addition, you will learn about:

  • The Master of Arts in Diplomacy curriculum
  • Norwich University and its legacy
  • Financial aid information and military benefits
  • How to apply and receive an application fee waiver

Application fee waived for webinar participants. Only applies to new applications.

Scott Nelson, PhD
Faculty, Master of Arts in Diplomacy
Categories: Diplomacy