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IR: Pre-Midterm Notes Authors name, summary of articles (every article)  Id section  Big concepts  o Ex. Globalization, darfur, Marxism  Short essay  Big concepts  o Globalization (for sure)—know it.  Long essay  Big conceprts  o After second midterm Globalization, dep. Theory anything important.  short essay liberalim o would say that after wwii they learned that need to cooperate  inorder for things to be fixed and economies have become more  intergrated.  o Give a sentence about republicism  o Cosompolitainism-increasing exchanges so you have an  aprechiation for other coutries, so you are less likely to go to  war with them.  o Kants trianglual peace. 
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o Pacific union  Terms: Anarchy  Construcism  Realism  Liberalism  Individual rational outcomes produce collectivly suboptimal outcomes  Isms beyond mainstream  Jus and bello  Waltz Jus and bellum  Cooperation  Neoliberalism  Neorealist  Cooperation under anarchy  Obsolesce of war  Identity and alliance duration  Geneva conventions  Nato  Normative determinants 
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The anarchy hierarchy continuum  Level of analysis  Interests “what do states want?” Universality  Normative-distribution of power Variants of 3 rd  image  Systemic levels  Human nature  Variants of 2 nd  image  Variants of 1 st  image  Elements of structure States in neorealism  Dem. peace hypothesis  Summary of analysis  Sovereignty  A world of states  Nation states  Distribution of power  Waltz justification  Helen Milner  Arms build up 
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Promises  Threats  What is IR?  State societal level  Arms race  Actors in liberalist theory  Unipolarity  Spiral model  Multi polarity  Bipolarity  Deterrence model  Individual level  Alliance formation/self help system  Theory  Balancing and bandwagoning /states person primer  The liberal peace  Power  Ordering principal  Billiard ball metaphor  Relative gains  Pareto optimal 
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War  Motivations in neorealism  Elements of governance  Internal determinants  Alliance duration  Identity alliance  Governance  Identities “why do Africans weak states continue? “ The state as a social actor  Structural realism-the state as social actor 2 views  Liberalism (int’l society) “  “  Contra realist instrumentalism  Contra realist materialism  The anarchical society  Pareto criterion  Kw definition of non gov’t organization  The strong and the weak 
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2009 for the course PSCI 1101 taught by Professor Juenke,eri during the Summer '07 term at Colorado.

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