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Globalization and Global Politics Week 1

by: Kathryn Waller

Globalization and Global Politics Week 1 Poli 1050-003

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Globalization and Global Politics, leading up to August 29 Quiz
Global Politics and and Issues
Matthew Clary
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Date Created: 08/29/16
Globalization and Global Politics 08/22/2016 ▯ A. International Relations vs. Global Issues ▯ - International Relations: interactions between states  Central Problem of International Relations: Self - interest and Anarchy ▯ - Global Issues: product of or reason for interactions between states ( Ex. Climate change, spread of disease, trade disputes, globalized crime) ▯ ▯ B. Four Levels of Analysis in Global Politics ▯ 1. Individual Level ▯ 2. State Level ▯ 3. Interstate Level ▯ 4. Global Level ▯ ▯ C. What is the international system? ▯ State centric Model: Identifying as a state ▯ Non State Actors: Intergovernmental Organizations (mediation between states), Non- Governmental Organizations (red cross, sole purpose/individual purpose), Multinational Corporations (walmart, coke) ▯ International Laws/Norms: Practices states do because they think its right, not really laws against them (Ex. Nuclear Taboo: no state uses a nuclear weapon because they don’t want that reputation, they need China to help) ▯ Nuclear Treaty: No state will share nuclear stuff to other states for non peaceful purposes, everyone but north korea, Israel, Pakistan, india have signed ▯ ▯ D. State Sovereignty: ▯ What is Sovereignty? States get to control what happens in their own boundaries ▯ Comes from Treaty of Westphalia: “If you agree to stay out of our country we will stay our of yours” “respect” ▯ US violated principle of non intervention by invading Iraq ▯ ▯ E. How do we identify a state? ▯ 1. A territory (autonomy) ▯ 2. A government (capacity) ▯ 3. A Population ▯ 4. Monopoly over violence/use of force in territory ▯ 5. Other states have to recognize the said state ▯ - China claims they have the sovereignty over Taiwan ▯ ▯ F. Non State Actor – only matter because States choose to give them power ▯ 1. Intergovernmental Organizations (United Nations) ▯ 2. Non Governmental Organizations, Advocacy vs. Service- Based ▯ 3. Multinational Corporations – Corporation that has entitites that exist in more than one country ( walmart has stores, and distribution in other countries) ▯ 4. Religious Organizations- Catholic Church is very influential ▯ 5. Criminial Organizations – The Mob, Drug Gangs ▯ 6. Violent Non State Actors – Isis, Al Qaieda, KKK ▯ 7. The International Media – Source of Information, tremendous amount of influence ▯ - Those who work with state actors play four main roles ▯ 1. Agenda Setting – Go to state to state and help set priroties ▯ 2. Negotiating Outcomes – Mediator between two or more states, can be force for good (Ex. Pope tried negotiating middle east problem) ▯ 3. Implementation and Enforcement of Global Solutions – Ex. Solar Panels by enforcing ▯ 4. Provide critical information and intelligence to other – Provide info to states and help them make better decisions ▯ - Have become more influential throught faster communications, faster travel, new and old problems ▯ - Globalization= Intergration and interaction of markets, politics, values, and culture across ever border ▯ Transformation of Global Politics ▯ - Non state actors have become more influential over the last 50-100 years ▯ G. Technological Advances ▯ 1800s Canals, railroads, steam power, the telegraph, rise of corporations ▯ 1900s-1910s mass production and automobiles ▯ 1910s-1930s travel via cars/ airplanes; use of telephone ▯ 1940s-1960s telecommunications, nuclear weapons ▯ 1980s-today  The internet, computers, medical technologies ▯ - Have led to faster communication, faster travel, new problems come to forefront, non traditional/ non military problems, world becomes smaller local becomes global ▯ H. Forms of Globalization ▯ - Economic: Free Market, role of cheap labor, multinations corporations ▯ - Financial: Interconnectedness of financial markets ▯ - Banks globally owned; floating currencies ▯ - World Bank and International Monetary Fund ▯ - Political: International regimes, Global governance; global policy ▯ I. The Dark Side of Globalization ▯ - Built on foundations of imperialism/colonialization, neo-colonialism and dependency theory, environmental degradation, global crime and terrorism, Americanization of the world ▯ J. The Globalization Debate ▯ - Hyper globalizers: Globalization great and unprecedented ▯ - Weak Globalizers: Globalizations good, but difference not going away, Nationalism, borders, ethnicity/race will continues to divide ▯ - Skeptics and Rejectionists= globalization is a myth, disguise for power hierarchy that benefits developed nations ▯ ▯ QUIZ 8/29 OVER CHAPTER 1,3,4,5 ▯ ▯ ▯


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