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Nationalism and the International System

by: Joana Marie

Nationalism and the International System POLS 2401 010

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September 6 &8, 2016 Week 3
Global Issues
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political science, global, Issues, nationalism, International, system




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Date Created: 09/11/16
“Nationalism and the International System” Elite Notetaker: Joana Marie Cruz Global Issues / POLS 2401 Professor Saglam Week 3 ­­­ September 6, 2016 1. Nationalism ­ a shared sense of identity; pride in one’s country a.) nation ­ the people of the country, along with their tradition and history 1a.) Two Types of Nationalism: * constructive definition: an imagined community; identity based on  language, culture, history, experience, etc; “cultural nation(alism)” *analytical/physical/biological definition: an ethnic characteristic;  kinship; Ex. Parents are citizens, physical characteristics that ‘make you  look’ of a certain country 2. Nationalism vs. Patriotism: a.) nationalism ­ there is a political ideology/goal; a feeling of superiority; national pride; self­determination; nationalists are proud of their country no matter what they do b.) patriotism ­ patriots are proud of their country for what they do ­­­ I. Start of Nationalism: 1. Nationalism emerged during the end of the 18th century/beginning of 19th  century 2. The French Revolution and American Revolution catalyzed nationalism 3. Myths play a large part in nationalism a.) Ex. the idea of the American Dream, the theory that all languages emerged from  one Turkish language ­­ September 8, 2016 1. National pride can be spotted in: a.) Education 1a.) Ex. the teaching of national heroes b.) National Anthem c.) Flags d.) Pledge of allegiance (and the belief to respect it) Positives of Nationalism Negatives of Nationalism Unification of states Imperialism Nation states became established Fascism Anti­colonization WWI Colonialism I. International Law: 1. International Law ­ a set of rules and obligations states recognize as binding on  each other a.) law amongst states b.) must be recognized c.) not all relations are regulated A. Sources of International Law : 1. International Treaties 2. Custom International Treaties (Ex. Conventions) 3. General principles of law are recognized by civilized nations B. International Laws and their Involvements: 1. The United Nations do not make laws for states 2. Most states obey the rules most of the time 3. Reputation is important to acquire legitimacy and sovereignty 4. International Court of Justice ­ a part of the United Nations who receive cases from states that are handled under their own jurisdiction 5. World Trade Organization ­ a settlement dispute body who penalizes  offences made by states


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