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Part one of chapter one lecture from Dr. Shiraev; 'International Relations' textbook
Introduction to International Politics
Eric Shiraev
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GOVT132, Introduction, to, International, Policy




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Date Created: 08/30/16
Govt 132—Introduction to International Policy Dr. Eric Shiraev International Relations Chapter 1—Part 1 [Introduction to International Policy] -boarders and nationalities are not natural; man-made -Must carry passport to move through international boarders; also includes nationality on passport Side Notes: Basic rights, freedom, marital status, Employment, prosperity, religion, and dignity often determined by boarders. [United Nations Security Council] -Permeant members => Five: USA Russia France United Kingdom China [U.S. Federal Aid] -1% ($50 billion), spent on foreign aid (USA gives most amount out of any other country) -Japanese Constitution drafted by U.S. (1946—by American officers and legal scholars after WW2) Side Notes: Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev: “Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you.” -referred to western leaders -challenging nuclear supremacy of USA -expressing belief of communism as an economic and political system that would prevail over American-style capitalism (often misinterpreted as a threat)


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