Lecture Notes 2/10/15
Lecture Notes 2/10/15 POLISCI 121
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Date Created: 02/11/15
21015 Continuation of Balance of Powers 0 3 Actors stop fighting rather than eliminating a prominent actor 0 Have to be ready for a new actor to arise 0 Have to accommodate room for new powers 0 5 Actors seek to constrain those actors who subscribe to supranational principles 0 Question of loyalty 0 Balance of power is used by Realists to define strong powers 0 Very little can be done to protect weak powers when strong powers want their way Interactive presentation In class 0 Kingdom of Israel 0 The Israeli people believe that the land was given to them by god 0 Persian Empire 0 Persians believed that the complexity and richness of their culture is ignored in the contemporary world 0 Macedonian Empire 0 Facilitating trade between Asian and Europe 0 Roman Empire 0 Predominates the world for 4 centuries o Develops technology and ideas that persist to this day I The idea of citizenship I Plato Aristotle Socrates o Byzantine Empire 0 Constantine becomes emperor of the Byzantine Empire 0 The Caliphate 0 Development of the Muslim empire I Natural state of the politics of Islam 0 how the community of the faithful should be organized o Mongol Empire 0 Genghis khan I united nomadic tribes of the northeast o Europeans built castles to protect themselves I China built the Great Wall
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