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Final Exam Study Guide

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Final Exam Study Guide POLS 2401

Jasmine Guo

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Global Issues 2401, Professor Sipe
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jasmine Guo on Saturday June 11, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to POLS 2401 at Georgia State University taught by Professor Laura Sipe in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 26 views. For similar materials see GLOBAL ISSUES in Political Science at Georgia State University.

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Date Created: 06/11/16
Study guide for Final Exam on April 28 The exam will consist of a combination of multiple choice and short answer questions (questions that require answers consisting of several sentences). In both cases you will need to be able to understand and apply definitions of concepts discussed in class as well as be able to think of examples of the various actors, concepts and processes. The following terms will help you prepare for the exam. Make sure that you are familiar with definitions as well as with examples for the various terms (when applicable) and also think about how the terms link together and what the wider context is within which the concepts had been discussed. Only memorizing definitions of the following terms will not be sufficient! Study materials: class lecture notes, videos shown in class, powerpoints, and the textbook * If you are having trouble with any of the terms, I highly recommend you go back to the textbook. Almost everything can be found there.  Review Israeli-Palestinian documentary  Key remaining issues in the Israeli-Palestine conflict  Two state solution  Palestinian refugees  Right of return  Israeli settlements  Arms control  Weapons of Mass Destruction  Long-range missiles  Nuclear weapons  Manhattan project  Hiroshima and Nagasaki  Nuclear proliferation/ history/development  Nuclear non-proliferation treaty (NPT)  Deterrence  NPT 5 nuclear weapons states/states not allowed/states never signed on  Other countries that have nuclear weapons  AQ Khan  Global poverty/definitional stuff/incentive to combat poverty  Global inequality  Measures of poverty and inequality  UN Millennium Development Goals (Pros and Cons)  International development  Import substitution  State socialism; fell out later, why?  Export-led growth  Asian Tigers  Washington Consensus  The Development State  Foreign aid  Infrastructure approach to foreign aid  Basic human needs approach  Structural adjustment  Good governance  Multiplier effect  Tied aid  Multilateral aid  IOs involved with multilateral aid  World Bank  International Bank for Reconstruction and Development  International Development Association  Conditionality  Bilateral aid  Human rights  Universal Declaration of Human Rights  Military humanitarian intervention  Migration  Refugees  1951 Refugee Convention  Asylum  Genocide  Kurdish Genocide  Rwandan Genocide  Armenian Genocide  Cambodian Genocide  The Holocaust  Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Genocide Convention)  Responsibility to Protect (R2P)  UN Security Council Resolution 1674  Democratic peace theory, simple and dyadic models  Structural, normative, and institutional explanations of the DPT  Democracy promotion  Zone of Peace  Democracy conditionality measures instituted by Western Europe  Review ISIS documentary


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