The aim of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive overview of theoretical and practical challenges involved in the complex subject of global governance. It traces the evolving roles of both states and non-state actors and covers a wide range of issues on peace and security, human rights and democracy, money and finance, trade and investment, and sustainable development and the environment.


Students can expect to:

  1. Possess a broad understanding of how global governance is conceptualized;
  2. Be familiar with a wide range of cases in which globalization is experienced, managed, or resisted by a variety of stakeholders across different issues; and
  3. Effectively apply and demonstrate analytical skills to evaluate various solutions to complex problems of global governance.