IR 210 Session 4

IR 210 Session 4 - IR Lecture Notes 9.5.07 Session IV...

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IR Lecture Notes 9.5.07 Session IV Learning Objectives: -Identifying the fundamental debates in IR- not time bound or culture bound -Using a case study to explore the particular and the universal. I. Realist Perspective on Morality A. A moral leader according to a realist perspective minimizes costs and maximizes benefits in pursuing the national interest. 1. Carter was amoral, as he tried to change the American sextant by making human rights a main objective, even if it meant losing allies (Marcos in the Philippines) II. Rockwood Case Study A. Context 1. Clinton is president a. maintainer b. shaper: someone who wants to work with international institutions to shape the international agenda multilaterally. c. Hamiltonian: main concern is the economy and trade d. somewhat Wilsonian: internationalism e. Liberal internationalist: believed we should have rules in the system
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f. domestic focus g. critics: i. maintainers: controllers, abstainers, democratic realists/ neocons. ii. reformers: human security advocates thought Clinton
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IR 210 Session 4 - IR Lecture Notes 9.5.07 Session IV...

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