Dr Nicholas Lees BA, MA, Dphil

Lecturer in International Politics Politics

Teaching

Undergraduate and MA

I am a lecturer for modules on topics that include introductory international politics, democratization, the politics of Southeast Asia, international political economy, foreign policy analysis and international relations theory.

Postgraduate Research

I am currently able to act as a secondary supervisor only. In this capacity, I would be keen to supervise projects that aim to make a focused contribution to any of the following areas: Southeast Asian politics; economic security and/or the political economy of conflict; foreign policy analysis and conflict; systemic theories of international relations; democracy in world politics.

Modules for 2021-22

DEMOCRATISATION AND POLITICAL CHANGE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

Module code: POLI235

Role: Module Co-ordinator

FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS AND WORLD POLITICS

Module code: POLI236

Role: Module Co-ordinator

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORIES

Module code: POLI136

Role: Teaching

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORIES

Module code: POLI132

Role: Teaching

MASTERS DISSERTATION

Module code: POLI119

Role: Teaching

QUANTITATIVE METHODS AND WORLD POLITICS

Module code: POLI510

Role: Module Co-ordinator

STUDYING POLITICS SUCCESSFULLY: SKILLS AND METHODS

Module code: POLI103

Role: Teaching

WORLD POLITICS AND THE WORLD ECONOMY

Module code: POLI351

Role: Module Co-ordinator