The course aims to provide students with advanced knowledge of the interplay between technological change and international politics, particularly international security. The course focuses on the study of three macro-areas: history and theories of international relations and technological change; the use by states of technology and innovation policies as tools of power in the international system; military organizations and the introduction of new technologies. At the end of the course, students will possess a vast repertoire of historical, theoretical concepts and practical methods useful for the analysis of organizational and political issues related to innovation policies. Students will also be able to enhance the analytical skills in international affairs obtained in their study cycle through the integration of the technological dimension.
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Mutuazione: 21810341 TECNOLOGIA E SICUREZZA INTERNAZIONALE in Relazioni internazionali LM-52 A - Z PETRELLI NICCOLÒ