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IR test reive ch4 - Chapter 4: Geopolitics: The conduct of...

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Chapter 4: Geopolitics: The conduct of foreign policy with a view to political-geographic arrangement of states. Like physical location, topography, and resource possession. Technology: The application of human skills or techniques to accomplish human purposes. System: Is a set of elements or units, interacting with each other. International System: States working with each other like billiard balls. Interdependence: A relationship in which changes or events in one part of the system produces some reaction or have some significant consequence for other parts of the system. Hierarchy: An arrangement in which formal authority is stratified; sometimes used to describe the stratified distribution of wealth and military capability. Structure of the System: The arrangement of state and non-state actors in the international system, consisting of the principle of authority and the distribution. Alliances: States that behave as a coalition formalized by a written treaty for purposes of
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2008 for the course PSCI 2223 taught by Professor Leblang,da during the Fall '08 term at Colorado.

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IR test reive ch4 - Chapter 4: Geopolitics: The conduct of...

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