Lecture 1_PS121 - -International Relations theories covered...

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PS121 Lecture 1  3/30/2009 Midterm: May 4 th Paper Due: May 18 th Final: Wednesday, June 10 th , 8-11am Head TA: Rebecca Glazier  [email protected] Rauchhaus Office Hrs: Tuesdays 11:30-12:30, Ellison Hall 3707/ Wednesdays 10:50-11:50  Starbucks Reading to do: Waltz,  Theory of International Politics , Chapter 1 Waltz,  Man, the State and War , Chapter 1 (1-15) Snyder, “One World, Rival Theories”,  Foreign Policy Theories on War, philosophy on why wars start, nuclear weapons ect… Purpose of the Class - Class on “isms”
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Unformatted text preview: -International Relations theories covered o Classical Realism, neo-realism, neo-classical realism, Idealism, Liberalism, Neo-Liberalism, Neo-Liberal Institutionalism, Constructivism, the English School, Neo-Marxism, Formal Rational Choice, Evolutionary Psychology, Bureaucratic Politics, Post Modernism, Feminism.-Explaining the causes of war and peace-Evaluate whether war is a PERMANENT feature of world politics-Evaluate how and if war can be reduced or eliminated...
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