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Date Created: 03/04/16
February 29, 2016 How IR is changing? ● Political science and IR utilyze things from other fields ○ Advantage is that it allows you to see how events affect IR ● One theory by Washington University professaniel Chirot that said to decrease violence you need social networking ○ Ex: England has different clubs to socializf they were found in poor nations then energy would go here NOT violence ○ Relate to culture as well ○ Why do poor nations engage in violence more than rich ones? ○ Culture adds or takes away from violence ● Professor Edward Luttwak:look at violence in soccer ○ Good because takes away from legit violence (all energy goes into soccer not legit violence) ○ Can be tolerated to an extent ○ SOCCER VIOLENCE > ACTUAL VIOLENCE ● Rise of new zone of conflict: ○ Ex: North Pole is melting, might led to conflict between nations ○ Toyota Wars:aka Mitsubishi War ■ Conflict is decentralized ■ Rebels don’t use big equipment instead use normal cars and carry guns ■ Too expensive to buy technology and even more to maintain it ■ Seen in Libya, Mali and ISIS ■ HALF TRUCKS > TANKS ■ Los Zetas (Mexican drug cartel) used this technique ● New international institutions that are NONPOLITICAL ○ Ex: FIFA and Eurosong ○ Election of new FIFA president becomes political ○ In eurosong, German singer got taken out because involved with Naszi nationalism ● Refugees to Europe: ○ No one saw it coming a year ago ○ Unexpected ● Malala:won Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2014 ● “Failed Stateno one expected that states would do so bad ○ Somalia ● Russian oil: ○ Russia shipping oil and gas through different routes ○ Changing economic borders ○ BakuCeyhan Pipeline ○ Railway linking Iran and Turkmenistan ○ China and Russia linking through railway (might go to Korea) ● Conference on Security and Cooperation in Euroeelped with unification of Germany and end of communism ○ Europe worked to end crisis ● Protocol: ○ Ex: Kerry visiting wine cellar in Moldova because culture ○ Maxima can’t see her family because of controversy ○ Philip of Belgium went to USA school not French because would offend French speaking school ○ Egypt accused USA of helping war ■ President Sadat of Egypt welcomed Elliot Richardson to Nasar’s funeral a. Treat awesome because want to improve relations ■ Wanted to be friends with China because lost alliance in Iran ○ China’s chairman Deng Xiaoping salutes Lincoln memorieaching of American culture ■ Sent gift to Nixon’s daughter for marriage to improve relations. ■ Teach monuments take to Kennedy Center ■ TIME magazine interviews ■ Goes to Philadelphia ○ Reagan’s secretary was from Austria and became ambassador of Austria when he became president ○ Reagan invites French President Francois Millegrand in aniversary of York battle ■ Taken to Silicon Valley to learn of computer ■ Obama went to French gallery ○ Camp David Summit: Sep. 1978; played chess March 2, 2016 Third Question: How IR is changing? ● Multiplicity of Constituenceach time DC is growing more because more groups are appearing (more technology, people and issues) ○ Ex: Korean Americans now more influential because more Koreans in USA ○ No longer discuss with one or two people instead talk to 5 ● Rise of comparative stats and indexes: ○ Compare nations when considering things like travel, language and investing ○ Nations now compare own performance with others when deciding what policies to do ○ Used to not be the case ○ In scramble for Africa, countries were happy with what they go without comparing themselves to other ● Shortening of historical cycle: ○ Things happening faster ○ Compared to past more things are happening in short time periods ○ New phenomenon called “ACCELERATION OF HISTORY” ● Foundation of nonpolitical actors NOT to stop war ○ It is based on activities that people like but as nations care more there is increasingly more competition without political or military ● Tendency Toward Miscalculation: ○ Biggest fear comes from East Asia because you have big nations with lots of people that are growing ○ Fear that if one like China acts one way then Japan will react ■ Crisis East Asia could become huge like WWI ○ Reason why scholars looking at WWI because series of miscalculations but became major crisis ○ “Europe’s past could be Asia’s future” ● Nations facing crises that limit sovereignty ○ Ex: Greece being unable to control their borders confusion with huge amounts of refugees ○ Not known how to handle it (need to look at how nations and citizens act) ● Map Changing: ○ New routes through airlines, pipelines ● Protocol has ceremonial aspects ○ Nations’ actions are symbolic (WWII celebration throughout world is example) ○ Reagan appointed Hungarian secretary to be ambassador ○ Carter send majority leader to be Japanese ambassador because wife is Japanese ● Celebrities now involved ○ “Personal element or touch” Sahad giving Nixon’s daughter present ○ President Yeltsin given copy of Federalists Papeanting to help with their democracy ○ China got piece of moon to show USA’s technology advanced ○ President of Portugal went to visit Monticello (TJ’s home) to see correspondence between TJ and Portugal figure ○ Jacqueline Kennedy has statue in Egypt ○ Israel giving visitors bread and salt ○ Nasser had to go to mosque and pray ○ A protocol has to be exercised in this case…”
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