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Date Created: 01/20/16
Week 2 (1/20/16) The Melian Dialogue Continued and Aristotle/Hobbes Justice o Does being just only apply to those who are equal with Food for Thought Is overthrowing or challenging aggressive powers, just? (cf. Athenian ¶ 3) each other? (cf. Athenian ¶ 3) Food for Thought How do the Athenians benefit from this argument? “The strong do what they can, and the weak suffer what they must” o What does Athens have to resort to after the fall? “What is destroyed now is not available for later” The “common good” What is the common good? Does it even exist? Empire Is it possible for an empire to be just? (cf. Athenian ¶ 3- 4) What are the risks of an empire appearing just? (cf. Athenian ¶ 7) Is it natural to long for justice? (cf. Athenian ¶11) Is justice absolute or relative? Intro to IR What does IR study? 3 areas: International Politics International Political Economy (IPE) International Law Definition International Relations is the study of states interactions with each other, and also the goings-on of non-state actors Actors State: A land with a settled population that exists also as a governed entity with recognized borders (i.e. a country, nation, nation-state) Sovereignty: Supreme Authority over population and/or territory Nation: large population who share the same ethical and/or ethnical values (i.e. language, religion, culture) Examples: Kurdish people, Palestine State Governments: Institution with authority to formulate and enforce its decisions within a country’s Food for Thought Difference between nations and states: nations do not need recognized borders, whereas states do. borders IGOs: Associations of several nation-states for the purpose of international cooperation NGOs :Unaffiliated groups that are either public or private, that serve as interest groups. These groups attempt to influence IR. Food for Thought What are Examples of States’ Interests? Examples of NGOs: Red cross, Greenpeace, Amnesty International o International Politics: How states pursue and protect their interests o Foreign policy: What states do in order to pursue their interests o 3 levels of IR: System State Individual Theory defines what determines IR.
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