Lecture 3 - 2.2. The Liberal Challenge Learning Objectives:...

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2.2. The Liberal Challenge Learning Objectives: Understand how Liberals describe global politics Identify the Liberal view of power Compare and Contrast Liberalism with Realism Explain the “Liberal Peace” formula
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2.2. The Liberal Challenge The New Dominant Paradigm?
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2.2 Liberalism Intellectual Roots Immanuel Kant John Locke John Stuart Mill David Hume Jean-Jacques Rousseau Richard Cobden
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2.2. The Liberal Challenge The Principles of Liberalism Principle over the pursuit of power Progress over continuity Peace means prosperity and prosperity means peace Study Tip: Remember these principles! Again, they do not represent the entire content of Liberalism, but they are essential starting points. Be able to contrast these (and other elements of Liberalism) with Realism.
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The Liberal Challenge to Realism States are not the only actors in global politics States are not unitary actors The state is in decline
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2010 for the course POLI 260 taught by Professor Sens,allen during the Winter '09 term at The University of British Columbia.

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Lecture 3 - 2.2. The Liberal Challenge Learning Objectives:...

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