Politics and International Studies at ICE
There are few more topical, exciting, and fast-changing fields of academic study than politics and international studies. Building on Cambridge's reputation for excellence and tradition of teaching in these areas, ICE offers an array of courses that cover a very wide range of issues from the local to the international and from international law or diplomacy to the theory and practice of democracy.
We also offer a new Undergraduate Certificate in Social Sciences which includes a term on 'Politics: power, authority and ideology'.
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|MSt in International Relations||14 September 2015||Available|
|Undergraduate Certificate in Social Sciences||9 October 2015||Available|
|Wind of change: post-war Britain 1945–1965||27 November 2015||Available|
|Microfinance: the end of poverty or a capitalist plot?||17 January 2016||Available|
|Peace, conflict and international society||20 March 2016||Available|
|The Cambridge Five and the Soviet espionage offensive against Great Britain||13 May 2016||Available|
|Cambridge Polar Leaders Programme||23 May 2016||Available|
Dr Mike Sewell
Mike Sewell is University Lecturer and ICE's Academic Director in History and International Relations. He is co-Director of the MSt in International Relations, in which he teaches the International History course. His research interests lie primarily in the history of US foreign relations and he has published a book called The Cold War (CUP, 2002).
About our tutors
Politics and international studies courses at ICE are taught by tutors whose work spans a wide range of areas. Our current tutors’ interests include (to take a few examples) British defence policy, nuclear history, security studies, history of Russian political emigration to Britain, economic history and intelligence history and practice.