GLOBAL POLITICS [C4GE]
GLOBAL POLITICS [C4GE] GPOSC 200
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Miller Rosenbaum on Saturday September 26, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to GPOSC 200 at James Madison University taught by Hak-Seon Lee in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see /class/214138/gposc-200-james-madison-university in Political Science at James Madison University.
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Date Created: 09/26/15
1 N 9399 N NNNN N O lONUIb N L 0 What is security dilemma Why is it important to understand con icts in international politics What are the three levels of analysis in international relations How are they related to power transition theory polarity theory democratic peace theory and nuclear deterrence What is the de nition of terrorism Who are actors Who are targets What are motivations and goals of terrorism Why do terrorists attack democracies in most cases What are the main differences between traditional warfare guerrilla strategy and terrorism What are weapons used by terrorists What are examples of the three waves of modern terrorism What are examples of different types of terrorist organizations How is globalization closely linked to terrorism Why is the US the principle target of terrorism What are the main findings of Pape on suicide terrorism According to him what should the US do to counter terrorism How are antiterrorism and counterterrorism different What are alternatives to use of military forces in responding to terrorism how and why would work What are WMD and how are they different from conventional weapons What are examples of chemical and biological weapons respectively What have been international efforts to ban chemical and biological weapons How are strategic and tactical nuclear weapons different Which countries have nuclear weapons and since when Why do countries pursue nuclear power status What are logics behind nuclear deterrence Why is rationality assumption important What is MAD and how does it work What are requirements for deterrence How is arms control different from arms race What are their goals anyway What are examples of numerical restriction of nuclear weapons in the second half of 20Lh century How are ABM and CTBT different What is the NPT and what are weaknesses of the treaty Which countries are not current members of the NPT What is NSG Why is USIndia nuclear deal an exception to the NPT regime How do scholars propose to solve Iranian nuclear issue What is MD and its implication in international politics What is the principle of selfdetermination Who advocated it back in 1918 How do national sovereignty and selfdetermination intervene each other What are the main arguments of The Clash of Civilizations by Huntington What are the fault lines of con icts in the article What are the evidences of Huntington s assertion What are the weaknesses of Huntington s argument What are counterexamples of Huntington s argument
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