Do you have excellent interpersonal skills? Do you enjoy debating and engaging in challenging global issues? Do you have an interest in the interactions between countries and non-state actors? If yes, you should consider a career in International relations.
International relation is a combination of social science and politics. International relations represent the study of foreign affairs and global issues among countries including the roles of the government, intergovernmental organizations (IGOs), non- governmental organizations (NGOs), and multinational corporations (MNCs). International relations are the study of the political, economic, and social relation of a country and its policies beyond its boundaries. International relations focus on the interdependency of all the countries on each other. It also focusses on the connection of this dependency on a particular countries growing economy. The study of international relations helps in the understanding of economics, history, globalisation, security, global ethics, the political environment and many more global aspects.
Example: UN agencies, EU departments, the World Health Organization and the World Economic Forum.
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