The changing world order

Join World Order 1945-2011 author, Brad Kelly for this live 5 hour webinar on the HSC topic The Changing World Order 1991-2011. Learn about how the world emerged from World War II, the tensions that led to the Cold War and the ‘American Century.’ Discover more about the aftermath of the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and the rise of Putin. Examine America’s role in the post-Cold War world and its foreign policy in Europe, the Middle East and other parts of the world and much more.

$360 (+GST)

In this course you will learn

  • About the ‘American Century’ and the exercise of hard and soft power
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  • The breakdown of the World War II alliance and the emergence of the Cold War
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  • The collapse of the Soviet Union and the difficult period in 1990s Russia
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  • The cultural impacts of the collapse of the Soviet Union and ongoing tensions
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  • The Russian fear of the expansion of NATO and Putin’s domestic and foreign policy in the 2010s.
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  • The influence of the United States after 1991 and the creation of a new world order
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  • The United States foreign policy in Europe and the European Union
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  • United States foreign policy in the Middle East including the first Iraq war and the War on Terror
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  • The emergence of the European Union and the BRIC countries, including the rise of China
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  • Debates over the United Nations’ role as an international peacekeeper and case studies in Yugoslavia and Rwanda
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About Brad

Brad is the founder and senior presenter at Cornerstone Teacher Learning. He is a teacher, writing and professional learning coach who has spent over two decades in education as a History and English teacher, holding various middle leadership positions as a department head, Director of Secondary and more recently in professional learning. He is the author of seven textbooks with Cengage and Small Caps publishing, and has had over 1,500 teachers through his courses on writing instruction in the areas of history, English and cross-curricular interventions. Brad is interested in learning how students and teachers learn with a keen interest in literacy and assessment.