The track "Democracy, Development and International Relations" focuses on questions of democratization, development politics and international relations in a comparative perspective. The focus is on the functioning and quality of different democracy models, democratization and development processes, interethnic and international conflicts, as well as the general problems of policy-making in international relations. The focus is on the understanding of ideas, structures and institutions on the basis of which democratic and economic developments take place. It enables students to comprehensively assess current processes, both nationally and internationally.
Fall semester 2017
Spring semester 2017