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What is the difference between a boundary and transboundary resources?

What is the difference between a boundary and transboundary resources?


School: Georgia State University
Department: Global Studies
Course: Global Issues
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: Global Studies, GlobalIssues, and Pols2401
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POLS 2401 Exam 2 Study Guide 

What is the difference between boundary and transboundary resources?

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International Security:

National Security- Security of an individual state

Collective security- Collective defense involving mutual commitments by  different states

Security dilemma- There are issues that disrupt and show a concern for  human security. Issues include terrorism, threats associated with  autonomous weapons systems and cyber-security.

Asymmetric conflict- Conflicts between states who have differences in  military power, strategies, and tactics

Renewable vs non-renewable resources- Renewable resources are those that regenerate themselves such as trees, fish, and animals. Non-renewable  resources are those that can’t regenerate themselves

What is the proliferation prevention?

Boundary vs transboundary resources (connection to conflict): ∙ Boundary- A resource that occupies a fixed geographic region  completely located within the boundaries of one state ex: forest ∙ Transboundary- a resource that spans the borders of two or more  states

∙ Conflict- Conflict is considered less likely to take place over a  boundary resource because of the international principle of sovereignty Proliferation prevention:

∙ Proliferation- proliferation is best described as the rapid  increase in the number and destructive capability of armaments ∙ Horizontal- Horizontal proliferation is the spread of weapons or  weapons technology across country borders

Is treaty and declaration are the same?

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∙ Vertical- Vertical proliferation is the development and stockpiling of armaments in one country

∙ Nonproliferation- Governments’ way of trying to stop nuclear materials and  

technology from spreading

Counter proliferation- Military preparations to reduce and protect  against the threat posed by WMD

CTBT- (Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty) opened in 1996, voted and supported by many UN members who also wanted to ban all nuclear testing NPT- (Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty)- an agreement to halt the spread of nuclear weapons beyond the five declared nuclear powers. Opened for signature in 1968

∙ Article I- Dictates that no nuclear weapon state would directly or  indirectly transfer weapons, explosive devices, or control over these  weapons to another partyDon't forget about the age old question of When do intercultural communications occur?

∙ Article II- No state without nuclear weapons capabilities could receive, manufacture, obtain assistance for manufacturing, or otherwise try to  acquire nuclear weaponry

∙ Article VI- requires all nuclear states to pursue general disarmament  under strict and effective international control

∙ Nuclear Weapon States- Russia/USSR, USA, China, UK, France ∙ States with nuclear Weapons- (these states have not signed  and ratified the NPT) India, Israel, Pakistan, North Korea (signed and  ratified but got out of treaty)

IAEA (international atomic energy agency)- An international  organization that seeks to promote peaceful use of nuclear energy and to  inhibit its use for any military purpose

SALWs (small arms and light weapons)- Includes: machine guns, missile  launchers, grenade launchers etc. Small arms are proliferated through illegal  trade via international arms dealers and legal trades via the world’s  conventional arms exports. Small arms are the major cause of civilian  causalities in modern conflict We also discuss several other topics like What is a segment income?
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Human rights- As long as there have been human civilizations, there have  been rights, however these rights have always been restricted to certain  groups of people If you want to learn more check out How do pigments work?

UNDHR (universal declaration of human rights)- A declaration adopted  by the UN in 1948 which includes an introductory statement, which is the  first generation of rights, as well as civil and political rights in articles 2-21.  Since 1960s-1970s, the UN has approved over 200 documents that elaborate and expand human rights. Since their inception, human rights issues have  received heavy attention.

Treaty Vs. Declaration- A treaty has signed participants who have to follow the guidelines while a declaration is just the UN declaring something

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