A note before you start:
IB Global Politics is not a linear subject, it draws from a compilation of four university level fields of study: International Relations, Human Rights, Development studies and Peace and Conflict studies. There are many overlaps and connections in so you should always take a constructive approach to Global Politics: which other sections of the course can I connect my current learning to?
Individual teachers will choose to organise the course in different ways. This might be by case study, by theme or by unit. To avoid feeling overwhelmed, you should always identify which part of the syllabus your current learning relates to.
This website is organised by unit and sub-unit to help make exam revision easier but I do not teach in this order.