8.30 - -Partisan Politics 3- Organizational Pathology...

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8/30/07 Afghanistan, Iraq, and IR Theory Levels of Analysis 9/11 Attacks Afg. Iraq Man: 0- Human Nature 1- Human Error 2- Ideology 3- “Great Man” Success : 0-U.S. False Image 1-Strategic Blunders Attack : 2-Clash of Ideologies 3-Bin Laden N O T 1- WMDs? 2- Bandwagon -promotion of democratic ideals 3- Bush? - Bush Admin? State: 1-Economic 2-Political 3-Organizational Attack : 1-Traditionalism 2-Saudi Arabia -State Weakness -“bad” states -assessment of US weakness Success : 3-organization pathologies -military culture A 1- Oil -Business Profit 2- Democracy
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Unformatted text preview: -Partisan Politics 3- Organizational Pathology Systemic: 0-Anarchy 1-Static 2-Dynamic Attack: 0-possibility exists 2-power vacuum after USSR in Afg. Tactics: 1- “weapons of the weak” Success: 2-rise of China distracts US P U Z Z L E 1- Dist. Of Power-Unilateralism 2- US desire for continued supremacy *The War in Afghanistan follows clear IR patterns and presents no problem to IR theorists. 9/11, however, presents a moderate puzzle and Iraq presents an unsolvable quagmire....
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2008 for the course GOVT 1817 taught by Professor Katzenstein, p during the Fall '05 term at Cornell.

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