Factors affecting international relations Course

Factors affecting international relations Course


Factors affecting international relations Course


    The importance of training courses is not only limited to professional life, as most of us think but training courses aim to transfer knowledge and practical experiences that enrich the skills of individuals and enhance their self-confidence, which contributes to the preparation of cadres which in turn contributes to the development and progress of institutions. Therefore, Strategic Vision Training Center aims to enhance the skills and experiences of individuals through the strongest training programs to keep pace with every development in the labor market.


  • Foundations and standards of state relations.
  • The meaning of hard power and soft power and the difference between them.
  • Why it is not good to use one style of international relations.
  • The optimal time for change in foreign policy.
  • The extent to which a state influences another state through the use of soft power policy and its choices based on its cultural and social system and system of values and institutions.
  • The role of media, propaganda, and cultural hegemony in the success of soft power policies.
  • Trade exchange and signing of international agreements and their impact on diplomacy.

Course content:

International relations:

  • International relations theories.
  • The history and development of international relations.
  • Foundations and concepts of international relations.
  • The emergence of soft power politics in international relations.
  • Factors affecting international relations.
  • Soft energy sources.
  • International diplomacy.
  • Diplomacy:
  • The concept of diplomacy.
  • The importance of diplomatic sciences.
  • Definition of diplomacy.
  • Tasks of diplomatic missions.
  • The relationship of diplomacy to international relations.
  • International law.
  • Multiple international systems.

Etiquette and Ceremony in International Relations:

  • The concept of etiquette and protocol in international relations.
  • Forms of international etiquette.
  • Forms of etiquette between organizations.
  • Introduction and presentation.
  • International protocol.

International laws and regulations:

  • The concept of the international system.
  • The concept of international order and coordination.
  • Principles of international laws and regulations.
  • Sources of international regulations.
  • Rights and duties of states.
  • International commons.
  • International agreements.

Factors affecting international relations:

  • Economic factors.
  • Geographical factors.
  • Political factors.
  • Military factors.

Who should attend?

  • A worker in the diplomatic corps within embassies and consulates.
  • Employees in international organizations.
  • Employees of government institutions interested in international relations.
  • Those interested in international affairs and laws.
  • International and multinational employees.


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