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Pols 2401, week 8 Notes

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Pols 2401, week 8 Notes POLS 2401 010

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Date Created: 10/17/16
Global Issues WK 9 SSN The use of force Kinds of War:  Inter-state conflict- conflict that comes from another state between two states.  Intra- state conflict- between a country. (usually involves non state actors) (civil war-in a country) International security and causes of war and peace Causes of War  Security dilemma (purchasing of weapons)  Economic competition (free trade reduces this)- reduces the likelihood of war  Regime type- usually same type of government- don’t fight with each other  Expected utility Vs. Misperception- (cost of war Vs benefits calculated, but perception intervenes)  Nationalism- leads to war because each nation wants own state.  Human aggression- “prone to fight”  Individual Leaders”- individual characteristics of leader’s influence war Why use Force? Defense (Actual use of force)  Basic component of security i.e. ability to defend the state against aggressors.  Requires conventional military capacity i.e. weapons and manpower to work.  Objective is to repel the attack and hold key position. Deterrence (threat of using force)  Basic component of security i.e. ability to survive against potential hostiles.  Requires strategic weapons.  Objective is to make the cost of attack extremely high so the attack become unviable. Nukes for Peace? (and Profit?)  Mutually assured destruction (MAD) – the other party will still have the capability to attack after a bomb.  Nuclear proliferation  NPT- Non-Proliferation Treaty.- US, Russia, France, UK, and China (NON NPT- India, Pakistan, North Korea, and Israel)  IAEA- international Atomic Energy Agency. 2


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