Political Theory and International Relations
As International Relations major at South Asian University, I have taken a variety of courses preparing me for a career in Policy, Economics and Environment. In Policy, I studied case studies and theories related to state structures. Environmental economics gave me a brief idea of the monetization of environmental resources. I have also been involved in several dialogues with my counterparts in the neighbouring countries. This has helped me to work effectively on project teams, with clients and staying sensitive to all the stakeholders in the challenge. These are the practical experiences that of the subject. Teaching is what I love and hence I would love to share my expertise with you. I feel that my abilities and interests will help you in your subject. I have an experience of 4 years of teaching various subjects. I offer you competence, dedication, and a strong work ethics.
Experience: 4 years
Political Science covers a variety of subjects including an understanding of History, Sociology and Economics. When we read a subject, we tend to answer three simple questions that are Why, How and When. Political Science demands an understanding of theory and its practise in present context. So we read theory beginning from Aristotle to Marx and try to find out their implications in present state structures. International relations also have the similar approach. We have to understand a subject based on 'theory and its praxis'. When we will read the subject, we will see many current examples to support our arguments.