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Week 9

by: Laura Castro Lindarte
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Monday was a quick review for midterm. Midterm Wednesday, spring break next week.
Intro to International Politics
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Laura Castro Lindarte on Monday March 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSC 1003 at George Washington University taught by Bill Mikhail in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 32 views. For similar materials see Intro to International Politics in Public Relations at George Washington University.


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Date Created: 03/07/16
March 7, 2016  Midterm 2 review  ● Decision making cases:  ○ Sinatra Doctrin1989  ■ Decisions by Gorbachev to free Europe from Soviet domination  ■ USSR in bad shape­ Gorbachev promised glasnost and perestroika  ■ Satellite states in Eastern Europe not doing good either­ bad economy,  nationalism, Stalin, USSR invading Afghanistan  ■ If Eastern Europe want to be out of Warsaw Pact the USSR won’t stop it     ■ Pan European movement successful­included little states   ■ END OF COLD WAR­ ​ NATO, Warsaw Pact and National Security meet  and end Cold War   ■ Bush administration not reacting to changes   ■ “Do it your way”   ○ Suez Crisis:  ■ 1889­ canal open to save distance because ships would not have to go  around the Cape of Good Hope   ■ Ismail mortgaged it to Britain and France   ■ Nasser wanted to get canal back because of pride   ■ WTO did not give money to Egypt so Nasser nationalized France ​ also mad because Egypt helping Algeria   ■ Summer 1956­ Britain, France and Israel invaded Egypt and took Port  Said  ■ USA not okay with it because elections about to occur, Labour party  protested in UK   ■ US imposed economic sanctions on UK   ■ 4th republic in France not stable   ■ Bulganin threatened with nuclear weapons   ■ End of European colonization, end of 4th republic in France   ○ Panama Decision:​977  ■ Dictator Torrijos, debate in USA   ■ Reagan and other Republicans against it but later accepted it   ■ 1823­ Monroe Doctrine, no intrusion except USA   ■ Central America was NOT stable­ El Salvador in Civil War   ■ USA would be able to look at other places   ○ Morocco:  ■ ​Sahara isn’t claimed (used to be Spain’s)   ■ King Hassan launched march fo​eople to settle Sahara   ■ UN failed to resolve issue   ■ Super powers didn’t want Sahara but no type of calculation   ■ Still a non­governed territory by UN   ■ Took African resources   ○ Namibia:   ■ Small country   ■ Used to be Germany’s but South Africa took over but which was not liked   ■ Europeans wanted to solve crisis­ wanted to end apartheid in South Africa   ■ Show that international organizations can end crisis           March 9, 2016     Midterm 2              


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