02 If People Were Dolphins - IF PEOPLE WERE DOLPHINS THE...

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 10/5/09  IF PEOPLE WERE DOLPHINS,  THE EARTH WOULD BE CALLED 
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 10/5/09 Announcements UMASSPIRG WEDNESDAY: COME TO CLASS “States and Sovereignty Lecture” SPARK CLICKERS – Begins on February 11 ADDING THE CLASS QUESTIONS ABOUT THE SYLLABUS?
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 10/5/09 Why 
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 10/5/09 United Nations Development Program, 1992
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 10/5/09 Source: Freedom  House.org
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 10/5/09 Take Home Message From Day 1 All Politics is Global Theory Matters The More Things Change The More They Stay the  Same ?
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 10/5/09 “The world has changed, and we must change with it.”
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 10/5/09 “The 2008 U.S. election was all about change. But  that’s not what we’re going to get on foreign policy...  Instead of a radical departure from Bush, we’re likely  to end up with a lot more of the same. And that may  be just what we need.”     –  Foreign Policy Magazine
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 10/5/09 Global Capitalist Bad “Various” Nation-States/Sovereignty
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