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Reading Guide for Wednesday, August 29 th Overview: Today’s reading introduces important foundational concepts as well as identifies who the primary actors in international relations are (states, etc.). It also chronicles the historical development of international relations and establishes its boundaries from those of related areas of political science. We’ll utilize many of today’s concepts throughout the semester. Questions: 1) According to Pevehouse and Goldstein, what is the typical problem that actors confront in international relations? What are the various ways to solve this problem? 2) A major topic that we’ll continue to discuss throughout the semester is “who are the primary actors in international relations”? Which actors are highlighted by Pevehouse and Goldstein, and which strike you as most relevant? (see pp. 10-14)
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  • Fall '15
  • ToddAllee
  • Abstraction, Goldstein, Major Topic

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