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Laura Castro Lindarte
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Date Created: 04/07/16
April 4, 2016 No Class April 6, 2016 Midterm 3 Review ● Question will be to describe conflict between Germany and Liechtenstein ○ Chancellor of G saying no to agreement L is doing to open border because germans are putting money in L to avoid taxes ○ Officers went into offices of funds and stole list of people who give money ○ Don’t need to write out the full name of the countries, INSTEAD USE L AND G ○ Answer should be a good summary followed by analysis ● Analysis of article: ○ Sovereignty G and L both have equal representation even though L is smaller ○ Game of international politics is run by the elites only top officials involved ○ National interest G wants money back ○ Cultural thing L speak German, near G so people go to L for vacation and decide to stop by a bank to deposit money (it is a HABIT) ○ Rise of new constituents L not known before but now it is a player in IR ○ Apply every trick to pursue goals G got spies to get information ○ Two sides were decent, G used European law and L wanted to open borders ■ Lack of military use (G didn’t attack) shows that there is a change in the way german power is exercised (using pan European laws) ● Textbook Questions: ○ 479 chart in the bottom of the page that compares 3 statistics that are significant don’t need to memorize numbers just know how they compare to each other ■ Chart looking at foreign debt in Latin America, Africa, Middle East and Asia ■ Ex: who has the highest percentage of debt? Who has the highest percentage out of their export revenue? ■ Shows that focus is no longer west vs east but north vs south ○ 481IMF conditions: what are choices available to poor nations if they want to join? Are textiles excluded from this? (yes) ■ Looks at what household needs like cars (fiat) so country gets license agreement from car manufacturers ○ 473 import substitution: essential to world economy ■ Instead of buying fiat, manufacture it in your own country that way you end up with a strong industrial clas ■ Not effective because getting the license is very hard ○ 425 Millennium development goals goals in development by 2000 ■ Made a fourth world ■ What does it seem that the USA is the exception? ■ Usually not given jobs beyond what is in the script that I was actually real ○ 427 onflict makes development hard for countries ● Stabilization fuprice fluctuates in goods (cash crops) ○ To pay different when low and save money when high ● Open countries:artels of oil exporting counetrodollars ○ High oil price so countries had to pay money whPEC put in American banks and gave to other countries but they couldn’t pay it back leading to WORLD DEBT CRISIS ● Still reforming Bretton Woomore transparency, getting China to contribute ● Aid workers eople working in aid mission in country ● China giving aid to places like Africa but about getting resource ○ Now “aidplusaprofit” ○ Aid money not about development but drug trafficking ○ Korea and United Arabs always feel like they are confused or another ● The Bretton Woods system:series of meetings in 1944, WTO, IMF, gold standard ● WW Rostow: find niche and the economy will takeotages of economic growth ● Dependency School: USA and Canada developed but Latin America did not ○ Struggle of how to raise capital ● Stick to inaccurate 3rd world because help with underdeveloped ● German Economic miracle: Germany gew again with strong bank and help ○ Increase in production ● Basic needs approach:focus on basic needs first, Willy Brandt ● Rockefeller foundation helped Philippines women become home managers ● USA focus on build INFRASTRUCTURE when giving aid
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