IR 210 Session 10

IR 210 Session 10 - IR Lecture Notes Session X Learning...

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IR Lecture Notes Session X Learning Objectives: -Nature of the Westphalian system and today’s global system international relations to global or world politics Inside the states- political culture and political systems -political-military controversies MID-TERM QUESTION!!!????: “Will a nation-state survive globalization?” MID-TERM QUESTION!!!!????? What is meant when people say the US is an exceptional state? the idea that we are almost ordained to be the world leader. We are the best, our system is the best, and the world would be better if everyone were led by us. I. Westphalian system (1648) A. Traditions: 1. formal equality of all states 2. inviolability of borders 3. there is a norm promoting the unacceptability of intervention 4. absolute rule of leaders within states
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5. all applicable international agreement initiated by states 6. states must consent to international legal obligations B. Changes in the Westphalian system: 1. complex interdependence a. relates in either sensitivity or vulnerability
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