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    Hello,

    I am due to start a degree in Law with Politics, and I have to choose between international politics and comparative politics as my optional module for the year.

    Does anyone recommend either of the two? Could anyone with experience of both or one or the other give me some advice on it please?

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by KCheema)
    Hello,

    I am due to start a degree in Law with Politics, and I have to choose between international politics and comparative politics as my optional module for the year.

    Does anyone recommend either of the two? Could anyone with experience of both or one or the other give me some advice on it please?

    Thanks!
    Are you interested in learning about how different political systems function? Are you interested in learning about different theories of constitutionalism, democracy, separation of powers, etc.? If so, then you want to do comparative politics.

    Are you interested in learning about regulation of the law of nations? Collective problem solving on the international level? Cooperative game theory? Then you're interested in international politics.
 
 
 

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