08 World War I - WORLD WAR I Announcements MAKE SURE YOUR...

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 10/5/09 Announcements MAKE SURE YOUR CLICKER ID IS  CORRECT!! STUDY ABROAD Information Session Wednesday, March 4th 4-5PM Machmer W22, UMass Amherst
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 10/5/09 RECAP - REALISM Anarchy – Self-Help  Security Dilemma Balance of Power Politics Both an explanation and a prescription States are likely to go to war to balance against whichever  state is gaining most power Relative to losing in a war once you are outmatched, this  is often the most rational choice in an anarchical system
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 10/5/09 1914
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 10/5/09 Central Powers (Triple Alliance): Germany, Austro-Hungary, Italy Allied Powers (Triple Entente): Russia, France, Britain
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 10/5/09 15 million dead 22 million wounded Civilian deaths due to  Plague, displacement,  Suicide Civil wars and genocides
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 10/5/09 Click to edit Master subtitle style What started World War I?
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