International Relation Syllabus 2021 (CSS And PMS)


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..



                                    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

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,
  • 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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