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Notes From this Week

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Clara Haugen

Into to Comparative Politics
Christopher Mitchell

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Into to Comparative Politics
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Date Created: 10/09/15
Date THE CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS BY SAMUEL P HUNTINGTON 1 THE NEXT PATTERN OF CONFLICT To get started right away just tap any placeholder text such as this and start typing A World politics is entering a new phase B In 1793 RR Palmer stated that war between kings was over and war between people had begun C NonWestern civilizations are joining the West and affecting history i To easily apply any text formatting you see in this outline with just a tap on the Home tab of the ribbon check out Styles ii For example this paragraph uses Heading 3 style 2 THE NATURE OF CIVILIZATIONS A Division of rst second and third worlds is no longer relevant B Civilization broadest level of cultural identity people have short of that which distinguishes humans from other species C Nation states have only been the principal actors in global affairs for a few centuries 3 WHY CIVILIZATIONS WILL CLASH A Civilization identity will be more important in the future B This is because i Differences among nations are basic ii World is becoming a smaller place iii Economic modernization and social change throughout the world are separating people from longstanding local identities iv Growth of civilizationconsciousness is enhanced by dual role of West v Cultural characteristics and differences are less mutable and hence less easily compromised and resolved than political and economic ones vi Economic regionalism is increasing C Clash of civilizations occurs at micro and micro level 4 THE FAULT LINES BETWEEN CIVILIZATIONS A Hapsburg and Ottoman Empires have differences in religion B


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