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Politics & International Relations - Introduction

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1. Start with what your lecturers advise

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Most Politics and IR books are on the 1st Floor in the University Library, although the Modern History sections in the 900s on the 2nd Floor will be needed for some units e.g. the Middle East and Russia. Useful classmarks include:

human rights
international relations
modern western & other noneastern philosophy
political history by country
political parties
political thought
public policy
systems of governments & states

Your Subject Team

Anne Worden

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Sharon Bittner

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