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Lecture 2
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Theory of Idealism Cooperation – functionality = harmony  Negotiation and Compromise Relatively equal playing field Decision makers (inside Conversion Box)  make decisions based on a set of rules— Referees
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Theory of Realism Power Relationships in the International  System – (see page 65) .
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Rules of the Game Unipolar System (hegemonic power) Is this the current system? Would the creation of a world government  create such a system? Central power dominates rules and roles of  subordinate powers; monopolizes military and  economic instruments; and tries to limit or  eliminate autonomy of subordinate powers
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Rules of the Game Bipolar Systems Eliminate the other block War is acceptable only if the risks are acceptable Increase power relative to the other blocs  power Bring in new members, levels of technology,  economic strength, etc.
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2010 for the course ENG 110 taught by Professor Whitchurch during the Spring '10 term at Golden West College.

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