IR 210 Session 19

IR 210 Session 19 - IR 210 Lecture Notes 10.10.07 Session...

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IR 210 Lecture Notes 10.10.07 Session XIX **There will DEFINITELY be a question about DEPPP** Handout #28 and Smith’s 4 Views of International Theory Wave I: The Beginnings (Early BC to 15 th Century) Wave 2: The Secular State and the Westphalian International System (1500-1700) Wave 3: European Hegemony: Ideas and Power (1800-1914) 1. Fueled by enlightenment, European empire, industrialization, revolutions Wave 4: Responding to War- Visions of Community (1919-1939) 1. Beginning of formal IR study a. causes of war, nature of world order, decolonization and state building 2. Citizens wanted peace. TSMOs for peace and arms control 3. Elites focused on commerce, arms control, maintaining a Eurocentric order and isolating challengers to the order- USSR Wave 5: Resurgence of Realism- US Hegemony in policy and academic world (1945-1970) 1. U.S. begins to break with the rest of the world 2. Nuclear weapons change everything- we can now destroy the whole world 3. Alternatives to realism begin to appear- Marxism
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IR 210 Session 19 - IR 210 Lecture Notes 10.10.07 Session...

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