IR 210 Session 32

IR 210 Session 32 - IR Lecture Notes 11.9.07 Session XXXII...

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IR Lecture Notes 11.9.07 Session XXXII I. Remember our task is to build our own version of the realist tradition Review the voices and identify core assumptions Use Baylis and Smith chapters Kaplan Any additional readings What do you think are 10 or twelve assumptions that might be the foundation of current foreign policy thinking? III. Third Voice: Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527) A. Fundamentalist shade of realism (maximal realist) 1. Human nature as selfish 2. Not constrained by higher moral laws 3. Need for a strong government to control human nature 4. An early political advisor without any ethical presuppositions B. Three factors of an effective leader: 1 opportunity 2. ingenuity (ability and skill)
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3. luck C. Wrote The Prince D. Biggest challenge to leaders is to overcome any moral inhibitions that might hinder pursuit of the national interest. E. View of the state: 1. Seen best in his book The Discourses on the first Ten Books of Titus Livy a. history of Roman Empire 2. Stability of Rome was the result of:
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IR 210 Session 32 - IR Lecture Notes 11.9.07 Session XXXII...

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