IR 210 Session 43

IR 210 Session 43 - I. Reformer (continued) A. Falk in...

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I. Reformer (continued) A. Falk in 1995: On Humane Governance 1. Abolish all wars by challenging actors that promote war and conflict for profit. 2. We need a rule-based system to control arms and maintain rules of war. 3. Increase accountability among leaders; punish those who violate international law 4. Global collective security system 5. Clearly a normative project II. Transformer A. Foundational Voices: Marx and Engels, William Morris and V.I. Lenin 1. William Morris: 1834-1896 a. Was a poet, romance writer, designer, craftsman and socialist b. Concerned with a society of the future i. Monopoly must come to an end; no surrender of wealth to owners; workers unite in collectives ii. Freedom and cultivation of the individual will iii. Shaking off the slavish dependence on technology B. Marxism and Neo-marxism A communist society would not know war, force, or repression. There will be no exploitation of one person by another, no social injustice, no degradation or oppression.
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IR 210 Session 43 - I. Reformer (continued) A. Falk in...

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