3.2 - Understanding of Internationalism 1 Hegemonic...

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Understanding of Internationalism 1. Hegemonic Internationalism One country dominating influence over another country. Power structure is unequal as one country dominates another. Colonialism and Imperialism are examples of that. 2. Revolution of Internationalism Deals with conflicts inside internal Look at examples under the american or french revolution Doesn’t have to be violent but requires radical or extreme change Ex. environmental movement 3. Liberal Internationalism Understanding that there's greater understanding between nation and nation-states in order to achieve common goals especially peace and prosperity. Canada tends to embrace this type of nationalism Its primary purpose is to create wealth and peace. This is politically expressed through International organizations such as the UN and take the form of humanitarianism and can be expressed as such as economic free trade agreements. The understanding is that it's mutually beneficial for all countries involved An example, is NAFTA: Its based on a fair agreement where there is a goal to eliminate barriers of trade and investment between Canada, US and Mexico. Why do some countries believe in non-involvement? What motivates against internationalism Support isolationism and choose to not get involved in affairs of other nations Non-involvement is seen as beneficial because they’re unwilling to give up their national interest in international issues Internationalism is there for a sense that there’s mutual benefit amongst countries the belief that there’s a benefit for their countries in addition to a global benefit Nations and state involvement in international affairs Nations are motivated by many factors 1. Economic stability 2. Peace and security 3. Self-Determination 4. Humanitarianism 1.
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