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Choosing the right topic for your dissertation is crucial. The success of your future paper may depend on that. If you choose the topic you are interested in and are aware of at least to some extent, your chances to demonstrate your potential, knowledge, and skills are much higher. At the same time, the topic has to be relevant, concerning a topical issue. Are you an International Relations student who cannot make the final decision on their dissertation topic? Read the following article to get some ideas.
Choose a Category
As you might already know, deciding on their dissertation topic, International Relations students choose out of three categories, namely, foreign policy, war and security, and international political economy.
International Political Economy
If you choose international political economy, your dissertation will deal mostly with the way various structures’ economic plots influence the state of affairs on the global political arena or between certain countries. This category’s dissertations are highly topical in most of the cases since money has always been and still is one of the most powerful tools in politics. Exploring international economy’s influence on governments all over the world is rewarding in many ways in case it can both draw public attention to your work and help you understand better global political processes.
A dissertation on security focuses on reasons, means, and outcomes of armed actions inside one country or among two or more countries. If you choose to write a dissertation in this category, you will explore how weapons serve certain groups of people in their attempts to gain power.
This category is quite self-evident. Your writing will be based on the various political processes which either took place in the past or are happening right now. The best option would be to combine both options: analyze previous experience, define its influence on the current situation, and make some prediction for the further course of events.
Choose the category that fits your preferences best. Good luck!