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Espace mondial, a French vision of Global studies, Sciences Po

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To explain how globalization rebuilt public policy and social behavior, we study the different political, economic, and social actors - public or private, individual or collective - and the exchanges and interactions between them that are remaking international relations. This course is inspired by a French sociological and historical approach to international relations. This course is also available in french version: www.coursera.org/learn/espace-mondial-fr/...
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39 revisiones

por Ross Brannigan

Apr 11, 2018

It's very good and comprehensive. Builds on some classic political science text's I've read and introduces some interesting trends on global development. I would have liked to see more emphasis on the impact of technology beyond ICT, such decentralized platforms, AI, Cyberwar & blockchain systems which are greatly influencing change across the world.

por Oscar Nazario Rocca

Jan 22, 2018

Excelente, didáctico y muy buenas fuentes.

por Sean Ang

Aug 19, 2017

This course really puts into context the current state of the world today. No regrets taking this course. Super informative

por Jennie Shin

Jul 14, 2017

EXCELLENT -- comprehensive, clearly explained, entertaining, and so informative. Thank you ScPo!

por DAVID FINLAY

Mar 29, 2017

Very insightful

por Diego Prina

Mar 12, 2017

OK, but a bit slow..

por Davi Barros Leal

Dec 22, 2016

Magnificent course.

por Julia W.

Dec 14, 2016

Excellent!

por Gonzalo Collado

Nov 30, 2016

Demasiado marxismo cultural promotor del multiculturalismo y la globalización

por Lim Shi Yi Claudia

Oct 23, 2016

Accent was too strong, I studied from the transcript, but then itself was wrong. When I tried to listen to the right parts, I simply couldn't make out what he was saying still. The professor definitely knows his material, but the structure of his lectures weren't always clear and the accent was too guttural for comprehension.