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Midterm Review

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Midterm Review INR2001

Sara Matthews
Introduction to International Relations
Dr. Sjoberg

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I made a short study guide as the test is pretty short itself. The best study tool will be all of my notes!
Introduction to International Relations
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Midterm Study Guide 1 What are the 3 paradigms that Steven Walt characterizes as the 3 pillars of IR a Realism liberalism and Marxism b English school realism and normative theory c Realism liberalism and constructivism d Realism neorealism and neoliberalism 2 What is normative lR theory a a label for a eld of study that is interested in the ethical dimensions of global politics b normal thoughts that people have c a central but contested term in natural and social sciences d a system in which there are only 2 great powers 3 Deontology is concerned with consequences a True b False 4 believes that democracy international trade and international organizations constrain war a Liberal institutionalists b Realists 5 The rst key element of international society according to the English schoolE a War b Actors c Values d The unique character of the membership which is con ned to sovereign states 6 In a pluralist international societythe institutional framework is geared towards the liberty of states and the maintenance of order among them The rules are complied with because delity to them is relatively cost free but the collective bene ts are enormous a True b False 7 Principle thinkers of classical realism are concerned with questions of a Order b Justice c Change d All of the above 8 Who is the father of structural realism a Sara Matthews b Kenneth Cole c Kenneth Waltz d Adam Anderson 9 Which historical developments in the 20th century made realism an 10 increasingly inaccurate description of contemporary global politics choose all that apply a Increasing interdependence in a variety of global issue areas due to modern technological and industrial advances b The end of the 30 Years War c The Prisoner s Dilemma d The period of hegemonic stability which the USA provided after WWII Dyadic refers to the unique character of republican states in terms of their aversion to war a True b False Answers HPWFP P FWN gtOUgtUgtWgtO


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