The abuse of power Students investigate the rise of leaders who use and abuse their positions for their own personal, ethnic or national ambition. The impact of this then falls on ordinary people. Will you find your leader guilty of crimes against humanity? This course looks at how people and groups have challenged the abuse of power. Recommended for students interested in leadership and how individual leaders assert their influence and impact on people. It is also helpful for those interested in the legal profession.
The people at war War may seem glorious, and the purpose of this course is to find the similarities and differences in how and why war is conducted, while being aware of the impact on those left at home. Recommended for students interested in war and conflict but also how people act because of conflict. It is also helpful for those interested in the legal profession.
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