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International Affairs Lecture Lucky 13: Intro to IPE Michael Colaresi International AffairsLecture Lucky 13:Intro to IPE – p.1/28
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Paper Any Questions? International AffairsLecture Lucky 13:Intro to IPE – p.2/28
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Gibbs and Government Secrecy What does Gibbs say are the possible reasons or governments to keep secrets? Which reason does Gibbs say he has evidence to support? International AffairsLecture Lucky 13:Intro to IPE – p.3/28
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The Key to Loch Loch Johnson: Johnson is arguably the foremost academic writer on the subject of intelligence accountability. He was on the Church Committee staff. What is his basic argument? What changed for US Oversight in the 1970s? Why? Were these changes a good think? International AffairsLecture Lucky 13:Intro to IPE – p.4/28
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Deep Breath, again Now we are going to get a head start on next week. International AffairsLecture Lucky 13:Intro to IPE – p.5/28
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Political Economy Intersection of Politics and Economics ( editor’s note: do not use the same words in the definition that are in the phrase ). Politics: distribution and production of power, order, and justice. Economics: distribution and production of money and goods. 2 nd Attempt: Intersection of power, order and justice with money. International Political Economy (IPE): where power and money cross borders. International AffairsLecture Lucky 13:Intro to IPE – p.6/28
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Either End of Telescope Two ways to look at IPE: What is political tends to be economic How do you pay for an army? How do you buy hegemony? How do you collect taxes to pay for democratic institutions What is economic tends to be political International trade can be used to coerce other states (or you). Production of weapons increases international power. Economic policies affect political stability. International AffairsLecture Lucky 13:Intro to IPE – p.7/28
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Theories of IPE Mercantilism, liberalism, marxism Mercantilism : States should reduce vulnerability and maximize wealth by domestically producing as much as possible (export, but try not to import). Create surplus stocks of goods and currency. Use accumulated wealth to promote industrial development and strengthen government/army. Dominant policy in Europe in 19 th century. International AffairsLecture Lucky 13:Intro to IPE – p.8/28
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Similar to realism States need to be strong and secure (reduce vulnerability). IOs and other non-state actors do not matter. Do not threaten states (as long as they don’t have armies). States are the dominant actors (everything should be produced within the state boundaries). International AffairsLecture Lucky 13:Intro to IPE – p.9/28
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