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Intro into International politics Week 2

by: Marianna Tamayo

Intro into International politics Week 2 INTS 1700

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sorry for the wait, notes on liberalism, Marxism, and a little bit of constructivism
Introduction to International Politics
Amanda Donahoe
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Marianna Tamayo on Saturday January 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to INTS 1700 at University of Denver taught by Amanda Donahoe in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see Introduction to International Politics in Art at University of Denver.

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Date Created: 01/23/16
Liberalism -cooperation is possible is possible in anarchy -Absolute gains: everyone wins  "Tragedy of the commons": everyone defecting even though Cooperating is better Ex: years in prison 2 criminals Confess (stay (cooperate) silent)defect Confess(coopera Both I year 0 years/3 years te) Silent (defect) 0 years/ 3 years Both 2 years -war is the last choice -Democratic peace theory-That if everyone is a democratic system, then they won't go to war with each other, and we would therefore have international peace. Key Actors View of Int'l System - States -anarchy -Economic organizations -static but with movement within it (good or bad) -NGOs Relationship b/w actors Change in Int'l System -Absolute gains -Time -Harmony in interest -Economic interdependence -Rational actors -international institutions (UN) Marxism- -a conflict theory/that society is in conflict with each other/the owners of capital(bourgeoisie) vs the poor (proletariat) -the opposite of capitalism -Marx waited for a Revolution from the proletariat that would give all people the right to have their own land And own production, the new system is Communism - Your position in the production chain determine your position in the political chain -how to break this chain? REVOLUTION! -but, the system keeps the proletariat from coming together International Relations -why are some countries developing and others not? -Dependency theory-a country, with or without independence that are reliant economically to another Country -Global Market=Capitalist system


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