Elements of International Relations that are factors of War:

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PL SC 014 Wednesday, March 31st, 1999 Announcements: None Lecture notes: I. Elements of International Relations that are factors of War: A. Deterrence 1. Most important when explaining conflicts in the international system 2. Realists say that the nature of the international system is the need to compete a. It is able to create security -- ability to protect oneself 3. Attempt by one state to not be threatened by another, but taking counter measures 4. A foreign policy that seeks to persuade an enemy through military force a. The cost of fighting doesn't out weigh the benefits 5. Fundamentally a psychological process 6. Hard to determine if deterrence happens 7. Effort by one state to get another state to do something through force a. The US bombing Iraq B. Two types of Deterrence 1. Deterrence by Denile a. Try to make it impossible to achieve its good that conflicts with your goal b. It is a direct action 2. Deterance by Punishment a. Indirect b. Tell another state if they do something you will take action against them c. What NATO is doing to Serbs d. Not directly reaching your goal e. Gave them a reason to change their action C. Deterance is when you get another state to not do something (psychological defense) they want to do to reach their goals. D. Compliance is when you get another state to do something you want them
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2008 for the course PL SC 014 taught by Professor Gartzke during the Spring '99 term at Penn State.

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