Introduction to International Politics Lecture One
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Date Created: 09/04/15
01 September 2015 Intro to International Affairs Syllabus Overview Weekly articlesreadings on blackboard Read PRIOR to class PPT will be on blackboard Midterm info provided October 5th 68 pages including bibliography How does this apply to current global politics Stickler about Citations and quotes No preference for style MLA etc simply be consistent Intro Lecture Why are international politics different to regular politics What do we expect from ordinary politics in the United States Elections Policy making political contention political argumentdebate Campaign ads promises gt All happens within Structured Disagreement Why is disagreement structured Existence of government single actor Regulates election Ensures ordre punishes Lawbreakers gt Political disagreements don t get out of hand International politics Trade relations spying Covert actions ex Bin Laden Wars between states Possible nuclear What consequence does this have What are the major schools of thought about how international politics works Realism Self Interested States Compete for power and Security Liberalism Key Spread of Democracy Global tiesInternational orgs Increase peace Constructivism Originally stems from Idealism Persuasive ideas cultures and social identities shape politics How do they combine Read One World Rival Theories 9 Each of these theories falls short of accurately analyzing the current Geopolitical environment however together they raise excellent points Lecture time nished
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