Week 1 Notes
Week 1 Notes INTS 1700
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Date Created: 09/20/15
Week 1 Intro into international politics Interstate between states governments are the main actors International between nations many actors that are not limited to only government Nation quotto be bornquot the people within the territory State government within a regionterritories that governs people no one governs the world it is in the state of anarchychaos hierarchy structure of authority Names to know Thucydides International system anarchy Domestic system structure WWI Bosnians kill archduke of Hungary Serbians Austria challenges Serbia Austria declares war on Serbia Russia declares war on Austria Germany declares war on Russia France declares war on Germany UK declares war on Germany Ottoman Empire declares war on Russia P gt P Pquot39gtS l lquot One side Germany Austria Hungary Bulgaria Ottoman Empire Other side UK France Russia USA everyone else 3 theories Realism all about power ignores everything else Alliances are convenient and shortterm Liberalism cooperation interaction understands power explains why AustriaHungary was protected focus on interdependence ldealism Constructivism social constructivism all meaning is made by society Meaning is given by interaction and ideas Story that we tell shapes our understanding view pointperspective dependent Ideas have power International relations are construed by nations security dilemmas Patriotism loyalty to the state government Nationalism loyalty to the nation the people culture ideas
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