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IAFF 2190, Week 7 Notes

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Week 7 Notes for Presidents at War Professor Henry Nau IAFF 2190 11 Oct.
Presidents at War
Nau, H
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Presidents, history, War
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Caroline Jok on Thursday October 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to IAFF 2190 at George Washington University taught by Nau, H in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Presidents at War in International Affairs at George Washington University.


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Date Created: 10/13/16
Presidents at War 11 October 2016 CI Takeaway, First 3 Chapters Upcoming Focal Points: • Different orientations towards foreign policy and the positions of contemporary candidates for the presidency. • How has foreign policy developed over time? Conservative vs. Liberal • America as a whole is liberal, a centrist society. • Book: Louis Hartz "The Liberal Tradition" • Fair Distinction between conservatives and liberals? o When it comes to a choice between liberty and equality • Conservatives choose more liberty over equality • Liberals choose equality over liberty • They both want both, but it is relative difference o Inequality • Treat equal people unequal (liberal concern) • Treating unequal people equally (conservative concern) • Good time period to study: 1790s • Thomas Jefferson worried about the United States slipping into Monarchy. • Differences.: o Relative Size of Central Government o Reasons/Science o Equality/activist Government • Two what extent do we constrain these? • What do they commonly pursue? o A republic. o You need both sides to get a thorough, comprehensive debate • You have the right to become a majority Four Traditions: • Focus Points o Security o Diplomacy • In favor of exchanges and interactions that create interdependence • Emphasis on trade • Possibly in favor of the movement on people o Force • Advanced form of the threat is the deployment of force o Changing the world • Traditions: o Nationalists - Unique • Force and Security • No intervention overseas • All nations defend themselves; balances automatic • If attacked, fierce response, but then come home • A Nation-State world in which all countries are nationalists. • Why won't they defend themselves? o Realists - Ordinary • Security and Diplomacy • Take it one step further from Nationalists. • Balance to prevent hegemons in other regions • Moral relativism (no regime changes) • Cooperate with allies only; • Stability not regime change with adversaries • A Threat and danger is the emergence of a single country that gains dominance. § Objective of preventing hegemon is where they primarily differ from the Nationalists. • They are relativists • Only concerned about the power that other countries posses. • Not interested in trying to change democracy around the world. o Conservative Internationalists - exceptionalist • Force and Relations • Work principally with democracies. o Liberal Internationalists - Exceptional, History on our side • Diplomacy and Relations • Collective Security • International law and institutions • Use of force last resort --> Disarmament • Rule of law spreads democracy • Questions to ask? & things to note o This is a continuous spectrum o What is the goal of the country? o Book: World Views of Aspiring Powers


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