IR 210 Session 26

IR 210 Session 26 - IR Lecture Notes 10.26.07 Session XXVI...

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IR Lecture Notes 10.26.07 Session XXVI What to study for the midterm: -All lecture material from day #1 -All handouts- including the syllabus- emphasis on worldview handouts and why did it happen -All Baylis & Smith readings -All four case studies- focus on lessons -Foreign affairs reader- read at least one article that provides examples of four worlds -Lamy’s worldview article I. Level two (cont.) A. Tool: Power Capabilities 1. Means and will to use that power 2. Refers to power in all four worlds- military, economic resources, technology, diplomatic skills and production and control of knowledge 3. Hard Power: absolute (military) and relative sources of power 4. Joe Nye’s Soft Power: Attractiveness of your ideas and values a. ability to shape the preferences of others 5. Middle states’ sources of power focus on activism and leadership in global institutions and issue regimes. a. “moral leaders”: fits with their political culture
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b. legitimate power power comes from locking others into a normative
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course IR 210 taught by Professor Lynch during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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IR 210 Session 26 - IR Lecture Notes 10.26.07 Session XXVI...

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