240 PAGES OF DETAILED INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS NOTES
This include 240 pages of very detailed, exam directed final year undergraduate notes on an International Organisations (IR203) taught at the London School of Economics (LSE). They include detailed notes on almost ALL possible important theories of international institutions, including the main international relations theories but also on institutional design, decision making and compliance. Furthermore, they include notes on examples of institutions, including NATO, the European Union, the World Trade Organisation and organisations for the global governance of environment. Lecture notes for all topics are also included for those seeking a high level overview of each topic. I received the highest grade in the whole of my batch using these notes (happy to provide transcript as proof if required). The notes include my critical analysis of each reading. For every topic, I have covered at least 4 readings. Examples of classic international relations reading covered include Mearsheimer\'s \'False Promise of International Institutions\', Johnston\'s \'Treating International Institutions as Social Environments\' and many more!
IR 203- week 19- Security
Summaries of essential and further readings for the topic. Includes 5 readings: Pevehouse and Russett, Bellamy \"Who\'s keeping the peace\", Fortna , Bellamy \"Global Politics and Responsibility to Protect\", Barnett
IR 203- UN readings
Summary of 5 readings: Parsons \"United Nations, Divided World\" chapter 4, Pedersen \"Back to the League of Nations\", Alvarez \"Judging the Security Council\", Hurd \"Libya and Sanctions 1992-2003\", Punbabin \"Exploring the UNSC non-involvement\"