Study Guide 2 - 1 In Man the State and War Kenneth Waltz...

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1. In Man, the State, and War, Kenneth Waltz distinguishes what three levels of causation for war? The individual, the state, and the international systems 2. The number of democracies has increased in the post-Cold War period but not the number of liberal democracies. False 3. Is the study of one level of analysis (or the interaction of two) more valuable than others for explaining state and system behavior? Why? 4. Which of the following describe part of the problem that helped make the Cuban Missile Crisis so dangerous? Those that should have only been agents of the state were behaving inappropriately as actors. 5. Which of the following do realists suggest about the national interests of states? States have little choice in defining their national interests because of the international system. 6. A counterfactual could be described as a thought experiment to define a casual claim. 7. What is meant if a counterfactual is said to lack cotenability? It lacks plausibility. 8. Which of the following is true of constructivism? It argues that agents and structures interact in a cyclical and reciprocal way. 9. The classical Marxist and liberal views are similar in locating the causes of war in domestic politics. 10. Which of the following is true of the variants of the realist paradigm? “Soft realists” would include the maintenance of international order among state goals.
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11. Over the long run in an oligopolistic market, only firms that respond well to the incentives of the marketplace will survive.
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