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Week 11

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No class Monday. Midterm got moved to April 11th. No class April 4. Will have a make up day April 27. Last class will talk about the final exam.
Intro to International Politics
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Laura Castro Lindarte on Sunday April 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSC 1003 at George Washington University taught by Bill Mikhail in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see Intro to International Politics in Public Relations at George Washington University.

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Date Created: 04/03/16
  March 28, 2016     No Class        March 30, 2016  International Politics and Environment   ● Show impact of ideologies in international politics   ○ Will not only believe but act­ NEW TOPIC IN IR  ○ “Think globally, act locally”   ○ Before Civil Engineers would look at impact of environment  ● Tell us about state behavi​ight over environment, how states will react   ○ Through groups too   ● Nature of state’s responsib​lill state arrest advocates or will they listen and react to  what they say   ● Role of science in  growing immensely­ reason we call our age the “nuclear age” due  to scientific discovery  ○ Science impact life of individuals and states   ○ Knowing of endowment is due to advanced science    ● Proliferation of International r​tart categorizing different elements of discussion  that deal with environment   ○ Start specializing and continue to do so   ○ Regime because it is a regular set of interaction, know the why, how and what   ● Environment and International trade and​uality of aid could go against environment  well being   ○ Country produces product and puts element that is cheaper and export but no  okay for environment   ● Role of countriecould see IR as rivalry between USA and China   ○ Ask who is responsible for environmental da​aSA or China   ○ 1990­ Kyoto ProtocoJapan, discussion was arget emission of Carbon  Dioxide­ some industrial sectors are more responsible (found more in west)  ■ But China has to be looked at as well­ protest by American conservative  (India should be looked as w​hy not asking them to cut emissions?  ■ Cute emissions by ¼ by 2025   ○ Who is more responsible rich nations or ​ich nations can be blamed but so  can poor nationHUGE DEBATE   ● Role of private sector:   ○ Non­profit, many ideashow private sector can help with environmental  protection   ○ Can help come up with ideas   ● Historical cycles show that humans pulled to think a certain way  ○ All concepts will be discussed under a certain paradigm in IR (topic/trend)­  environment is a paradigm right now    ○ WWI → Treaty of Versailles → Fascism → WWII → Cold War → 3rd World →  Terrorism    ● Will a balance rise to fix th​nomehow there will be methods to bring in equilibrium  when it comes to the environment   ● Demographics not destinies​ nvironment can regenerate itsenothing is set in stone  ○ Trends in demographics (more people, less people) can change or be changed   ○ Putin may be trying to increase population by fighting alcoholism   ● Environment and population:s more population good/bad for environment, is less  population good/bad for environment​ EBATE   ○ In some nations it is forChina’s one child policy   ● Textbook Pages:   ○ 304­cartels, fair trade certified coffee, chocolate (pro​gencies (NGOs)  step in to see if supply and demand is done r​roducers have monopoly:  organized   ○ 305­agriculture­ farmers influential in USA, Europe and WTO  so get subsidies;  textiles: quotas (China vs USA),  privacy of creative rights   ○ 376­information is an instrument of governmental power, terrorism    ○ 378­government try to limit flow of information of opposition, google vs China,  methods of censorship  ○ 379­international pressure on government sovereignty and transparency,  information flow, increase transparency  ○ 407­resolve of steel dispute, what policies to protect steel industry, trade  (answer) or monopoly or financial   ○ 409­population projection hard beyond certain level, national trade connected to  security   ○ 425   ○ 427   ○ 473  ○ 479  ○ 481                        


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