Drawing upon theories ranging from classical realism to constructivism, I have composed three theses. The first thesis, titled "Libertarianism as an IR Theory," delves into the alignment of the political philosophy of libertarianism within the realm of international relations. The second thesis, "Anthropology and International Relations," posits that recent discoveries in human development should be incorporated into international relations theories, particularly in relation to the fundamental concept of the "state of nature" in Thomas Hobbes' seminal work, Leviathan, which serves as a cornerstone of international relations as a social science. Lastly, I have conducted an analysis of soft power through the lens of entertainment media, encapsulated in my thesis entitled "The Influence of Cinematic Works in International Relations: An Analysis of Internal and External Soft Power from 'Top Gun' to 'Downton Abbey'."
During studies at the American College of the Mediterranean in Aix en Provence, France, I had the opportunity to delve into International Relations (IR) concepts through field studies at the United Nations, NATO, and the European Union. Additionally, I had the privilege of meeting members of organizations like the WHO, WTO, and International Red Cross. Through this journey I embarked on an six-country exploration to France, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Morocco, and Portugal. This immersive experience provided valuable insights into the functioning of each country, both at the state level and within international structures.