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Studv Guide for POLS1500 Exam 1 1 Terms and concepts you should be able to define and understand the significance of Globalization Deglobalization Hyperglobalization Sovereignty Transnational organizations Supranational organizations InternationalIntergovernmental organizations MNCs FDI IMF WTO NAFTA GATT Bretton Woods conference Tariffs and nontariff barriers e g subsidies Loan conditionality Comparative advantage integration orthodoxy The missing middle problem Asian Tiger or miracle economies Protectionism State capitalism Sovereign wealth funds Tradable and nontradable goods Exchange rate risk Hegemony Liberalist theory of international relations Realist theory of international relations Soft power amp hard power Smart power 10 presumption What characterizes our current phase of globalization How is it similar or different from earlier phases of globalization What does it mean to say that globalization is a choice not a fact What does Nye mean when he says that globalization is now thicker and quicker In what ways is the United States both uniquely positioned to benefit from globalization and particularly vulnerable to the dangers of globalization According to Naim what are some of the negative consequences of globalization that we should be worried about In what ways does globalization provide challenges to the concept of sovereignty Economic globalization What are the main characteristics of economic globalization aka free trade What were the common factors in earlier waves of economic globalization What was the historical context out of which the recent rise of economic globalization emerged What events or factors helped economic globalization and particularly hyperglobalization to spread as a dominant idea and strategy What are some arguments in favor of more free trade and economic globalization Why is the theory of comparative advantage so important to understanding why free trade might be a good thing What social and political goods come from global economic globalization What does Friedman mean when he says the world is at What are some arguments critical of economic globalization What are some reasons why economic globalization and the way it s been managed is seen by some as unfair to less developed countries Why does Ghemawat argue that the world isn t at What does he mean by the 10 presumption In what ways does he see globalization differently from Friedman What does Rodrik say about the relationship between globalization and democracy What are the dangers of hyperglobalization How can we have growth with unemployment How does economic globalization impact income inequality within and between states What role should states and governments play in limiting some of the worse effects of globalization What can states do to limit these effects What are some of the possible consequences of the recent global financial crisis on the trajectory of economic globalization and the prospects for global peace and stability What is the model of state capitalism and what kind of impact might it have according to Bremmer What are some of the factors that explain the creation of the Eurozone and a common European currency What factors have helped cause the crisis in the Eurozone How should we think about the unipolar era Is it over What were other historical configurations of world power Liberal vs Realist theories of international relations views of human nature and con ict Views of alliancesmultilateralism and unipolarity What is the difference between hard and soft power Why do you need both What is smart power What are the three dimensions of power in the world today What is the position of the USA in these different dimensions Why does Keohane argue that multilateral institutions are important for effective global leadership In what ways is China a real rival to US power and in what ways is it not
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