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IR 210 Session 41

IR 210 Session 41 - Session XXXXI Learning...

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Session XXXXI Learning Objectives: -Grotian tradition- contemporary views -System Reformer on Global Issues -Introduction to System Transformer System Reformers Major challenge: How to encourage cooperation? I. Grotian Tradition: Contemporary Views A. David Mitrany 1. After WWI 2. Cooperation in functional areas- build community in policy areas of common needs; cooperation is based on meeting critical needs. 3. Integration leads to peace. 4. Same concept used by FDR and the UN and the Bretton Woods System B. Lester Pearson 1. After WWII 2. North-South development decades a. West promised we would help developing countries with aid, soft loans, amount of access to markets b. designed to help democracies’ image compared to communists 3. UN as Peace-keeping force
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4. Close gaps between N-S and E-W 5. What role will middle powers play in IR? a. Leadership in International Organizations, Regional Organizations b. Promote diplomacy and non-force options c. Expertise in managing interdependence and globalization- regimes.
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  • Fall '06
  • Lynch
  • Civil society, Human security, global civil society, Peace-keeping C. Progeny, Contemporary Views A., I. Grotian Tradition

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