Department of International Relations and Diplomacy

العلاقات الدبلوماسية والقنصلية
The specialization “International and Diplomatic Relations” is concerned with the study of all relations that bind all countries . This field is interesting to study, as it is a mixture resulting from the integration of economics, politics and law at the global level together International relations are a branch of political science that studies all phenomena that transcend international borders.
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who should attend?

All political and diplomatic personnel 

Government employees holding an international position

Government representatives and managers of organizations

Public relations graduates and anyone who wants to get high positions in senior management



This program aims to:

Raising the efficiency of the diplomatic and international relations workforce and developing their skills

Preparing graduates in this field and preparing them professionally to work in the field of the diplomatic

Preparing a cadre of specialists to work in UN organizations and ministries


Subjects in International Relations and Diplomacy:


1- International Relations:

The course talks about the group of international economic, diplomatic, legal and diplomatic relations between states or state organizations.

Through the following main axes:

  • Correlation between internal and external policy.
  • Reasons for studying international relations.
  • International relations and diplomatic history.
  • Crisis Management Strategy.


2- Political Science:

 During this course, the importance of political science is addressed by explaining the topic of political science and its subjectivity, and conceptual monitoring of the vocabulary of this science. And the distinction between the legal level, the scientific level and the realistic level in understanding authority.

Through these axes:

  • Study political theory and philosophy.
  • Comparative political science.
  •  Public Administration.
  • Political behavior.


3- Political Philosophy

It is represented by studying issues of freedom, justice, rights, law, and what rights and freedoms the government should protect, through political organization.

The most important axes of this material:

  • The concept of political philosophy
  • The emergence of political philosophy.
  • The social dimensions of political philosophy


4- Law:

It is the set of rules issued by the legislative authority to regulate social relations or behavior for all persons in society.

Several axes will be addressed, the most important of which are:

Defining the legal base.

  • The difference between the legal base and the moral base.
  • Personal Status Law.
  • Public Law.


5- International Relations Theory -:

This material talks about the results of the novelty of this theory, its scientific field, the turbulent bifurcation in its content and the intertwining of its fields.

Through these axes: 

  • The concept of international relations.
  • International Relations (Subject and Curriculum).
  • Major theoretical dialogues in international relations.
  • The international relationship as a historical phenomenon.


6-International Political Economic:

This course studies the interaction and mutual influence between economics and politics on the international scene. Turning to the three ideologies (nationalism, liberalism, and Marxism).

Through these axes:

  • The international trade system.
  • The International Monetary System.
  • Multinational companies.
  •  economical development.


7- Diplomacy:

The concept of diplomacy is part of the social and human sciences, and is interpreted according to different levels of analysis that differ according to different principles. Our study relies on the most important ideas that enable us to acquire all concepts of diplomacy.

Through the following axes:

  • The historical development of the concept of diplomacy.
  • Organizational approach.
  • Diplomacy and diplomatic history.
  • Conceptual approach.

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