Exam 2 Review

Exam 2 Review - Definitions from Notes Origins of the...

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Definitions from Notes Origins of the Paradigms, Realism, Idealism, Globalism and their variants - Idealism (WWI) - Realism (WWII) Compare finding from Idealism and Realism Variants of Idealism and Globalism Critiques that led to the neo versions Reexamine key concepts with major paradigms Idealism – Focuses on both state and non-state actors; non security issues; and the persistence of interdependence and cooperation in world affairs. Emerged from classical liberal arguments on domestic society. Classical liberalism – Emphasizes the role of the individual and provides for only minimal state intervention into domestic society What each paradigm says about expected outcomes from interaction in state of nature Paradigm views on the structure of the system What leads to peace in each paradigm Where cooperation comes from each paradigm and their variants 4 factors of Globalism Relationship between Market Failure and International Regimes
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course PL SC 014 taught by Professor Gartzke during the Fall '99 term at Penn State.

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