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Paper due May 7 through email at any time. 6-7 double-page pages on European refugee and Germany's response (connect to globalization). Final exam will be on religion and its affects.
Intro to International Politics
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Date Created: 04/17/16
April 11, 2016     Midterm 3      April 13, 2016  Globalization   ● Globalization is phenomenon th​an be measured­create an Index of Globalization   ● Huntington's “The Clash of Civiliza​ivilizations are fighting each other  ○ Can see terrorism as this  ○ There is a difficulty on measuring state power because things change  ● Fukuyama’s “The End of History” and “The Last Maimage of international system  dominated by free market and liberal democracy\  ●  Globalization is NOT an even game   ○ Depends on money each has   ○ Though titles seem to be saying same thing, the books showed opposite images  (violence and peace)   ● America paid tribute/embraced globalization ​ut without knowing much about it   ○ Nations have to deal with problems that rose   ● Questions to ask:   ○ Will globalization spread global crisis?   ○ Will regionalism be undermining globalization?   ○ Will it promise rise of global culture?   ● Globalization hanot produced a global counterculture   ○ USA seems to dominate butthere could be a counter counterculture  ○ Could a backlash to Western culture   ● Globalization meanmore competitive way of life with unexpected and severe  consequences   ○ Might revolve around USA vs China   ○ Made ALL nations vulnerable   ● Globalization has been institutiona​TO, World Trade Organizations  ○ The world economic forum: Davos meetinin Switzerland, once a year with  world leaders in economic meeting   ● Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Peking and Shanghai abest place to find readership for  book in english because elite class is a result of globalization   ○ Read books in english on how world runs   ● Does globalization end isolat​ook at Iran, Cuba and Oman  ○ Caster wanted to keep Cuba isolated but couldn’t  ○  Iran wanted to get people to come but showed problems in nation  ○ No self­isolation of states   ■ European nations couldn’t close border to refugees   ● Show self­contradiction in nations  ○ States can be good in some areas and bad in others   ○ Can’t hide defects   ● Future of globalization depend on:   ○ How strong nationalism is  ○ How satisfied is middle class with economic impact   ○ What new talent arises   ○ What extent will America shape course of globalization   ● Search for talent will intenalent can come from anywhere (attract worldwide  attention)   ● Comparison between ​SA and China  ○ Nationalism:  ■ USA: patriotism, one nation with different ethnicities  ■ China:Han­Asian  ○ Democracy:   ■ USA: Constitution, separation of powers participatory   ■ China:Authoritarian   ○ Politics:   ■ USA: society controls state  ■ China:​tate controls society   ○ State:   ■ USA: federalism   ■ China:​ne­party system (CCP)   ○ Foreign discussion:   ■ USA: open discussion, alliances, doctrines, grand strategy    ■ China:​nti­power’s hegemon​­ppose presence of another nation   ○ Defense Policy:   ■ USA: nuclear­conventional, anti­terrorism   ■ China:reunification and territorial​get Taiwan back, make  islands)   ○ Religion:   ■ USA: ​enominationalism   ■ China:confucian and ethical principal, religious minorities   ○ Economy:   ■ USA: private sector, state­regulation   ■ China:command economy and high growth   ○ Future:   ■ USA: lead or decline in world   ■ China:impact of development (meet expectations vs disappointment)         


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