International Relation Syllabus 2021 (CSS And PMS)

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International Relation Syllabus contents Are; Presentation, Hypotheses and Approaches, Worldwide Political Security, Key Approach to International Relations, Worldwide Political Economy, Worldwide political network, Ways to deal with Peace, and so on..

CONTENTS

(ACCORDING TO FPSC)

                                    Paper—1 (Marks-100)

I. Presentation of International Relation

  • The Definition and Scope of International Relations.
  • The Nation-State
  • System Development of International Society

II. Hypotheses and Approaches

  • The Classical Approaches-
  • Realism and Idealism
  • The Scientific Revolution-Behavioral Approach,
  • System Approach,
  • Neo-authenticity,
  • Noe-radicalism
  • Post-innovation,
  • Critical Theory,
  • Feminism,
  • Constructivism

III. Worldwide Political Security.

  • Conceptualization of security in the Twenty-First century Force.
  • Components of National Power
  • Level of influence
  • International strategy: Determinants, Decision Making, and Analysis
  • Sway National Interest

IV. Key Approach to International Relations.

  • War: Causation of War, Total War, Limited War, Asymmetric Warfare, Civil War,
  • Guerrilla War fare Key Culture:
  • Determinants of Pakistani Strategic Culture.
  • Prevention:
  • Theory and practice with uncommon reference to India and Pakistan

V. Worldwide Political Economy.

  • Speculations in PIE:
  • Mercantilism, Economic Liberalism, and Neo-Marxism Speculations of Imperialism,
  • Dependence and Interdependence talk

VI. Worldwide political network.

  • Patriotism
  • Internationalism
  • Globalization

VII. Ways to deal with Peace

  • Discretion
  • Universal Law
  • Arms Control/Disarmament and Nuclear
  • Non-multiplication Regime

VIII. Universal Political Institution

  • Joined Nations
  • Universal Monetary Fund (IMF)
  • World Bank
  • Universal Court of Justice
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2. Paper-II (Marks-100)

I. Universal Relation between the two Wars

  • Russian Revolution,
  • Fascism, League of Nations,
  • Second World War

II. Cold War

  • Decolonization in Asia and Africa.
  • Ascent of the United States and the Soviet Union,
  • The time of Tight Bipolarity,
  • Detente and Loose Bipolarity,
  • Revival of Cold War

III. Post-Cold War

  • End of History,
  • Clash of Civilizations,
  • Terrorism,
  • Globalization,
  • Uni-polarity (New World Order) and Revival of Multi-Polarity

IV. Universal and Regional Organizations

  • Alliance of Nations,
  • United Nations,
  • Regional Organizations,
  • EU, ASEAN,NAFTA, SAARC, SCO, OIC, ECO, WTO.
  • Changes in the United Nations,
  • the World Bank, and the IMF

V. International strategy of Selected Countries

  • USA,
  • Russia,
  • China,
  • UK,
  • India,
  • Pakistan, and EU

VI. South Asia

  • Harmony making and Peace-Building in South Asia:
  • Analytical review of harmony forms between/among the conditions of South Asia particularly among India and Pakistan.
  • India and Pakistan: Overview of understandings and accords, Indus Water Treaty;Composite Dialog; Sir Creek and Siachen fringe, Visa and People to individuals contact; Trade; and Role of common society
  • Afghanistan: Cold war theater; Soviet Invasion and Mujaheddin; Geneva Accord;Post Cold War circumstance –
  • Rise of Taliban, AL-Qaeda and 9/11;
  • Operation Enduring Opportunity;
  • The Bonn Process-Withdrawal

II. Weapons of Mass Destruction

  • The expansion of Nuclear Weapons
  • Atomic Weapon
  • States-Programs and Postures:
  • Indian-Pakistan Nuclear
  • Tenets Atomic
  • Non – Proliferation Regime:
  • International Atomic Energy Agency,
  • Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty;
  • Nuclear Supplier Group;
  • Partial Test Ban Treaty;
  • Far reaching Test Ban Treaty;
  • Fissile Material Cut-off
  • Treaty Difficulties of Non-Proliferation,
  • Cooperation for Nuclear Energy
  • The Missile Defense Systems and their effect on the worldwide vital condition
  • Militarization and Weaponize of Space.

VIII. Contemporary Issues

  • Euro-Atlantic Vs. Asia Pacific:
  • Great Power Policies
  • Kashmir Issue
  • Palestine Issue
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