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BMS 160 Global Politics is a Biomedical Science course at ASU taught by the following professor: Henry Sivak. 3 elite notetakers have produced 3 study materials for this Biomedical Science course.
These notes cover all the information lectured on for the first week of Global Politics. Some of the topics covered include theories of war, statehood history, what it means to be a state, and modern empires. These notes include what was on the PowerPoints along with information additionally lectured on.
What is IR? Understanding Warfare, violence, and theory. These are notes from the reading given during the first week of class. The topics covered in this reading are: theories of IR, methods for studying IR theory, realist theory, transnationalists, political regime theory, and decision making process theory. These notes also explain in simple terms Kenneth Waltz's levels of analysis: the system,
These notes are on the lectures given in class. These notes cover mandate countries, realism, Machiavelli, classical realism, hegemony v. empire, and George Keenan. Some conflicts analyzed is the Rwandan genocide, the civil war in Syria, WWII, and the Cold War.
These are notes covering the lecture throughout the week. The topics covered are a realist wrap-up, and the evolution of technology in reference to realism.
These are notes that cover game theory, liberalism, world society model, images of liberalism, and the European Union.
This is the complete study guide for Exam 1.
These are the notes covering all the classes since the last exam up to the final exam. Study guide coming soon! :)
Everything that was talked about being on the final that was talked about in class