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Click to edit Master subtitle style  5/10/10 Chapter 1.1: Understanding International Relations PSC 124 International Relations Northrup Fall 2009
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 5/10/10 22 2 Today - Chapter 1.1 I. IR and two sub-fields II. Collective goods and 3 approaches III. The state and non-state actors IV. Levels of analysis
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 5/10/10 33 Note about PPT Slides n Lectures generally follow the text n Expand on topics in the book n Additional information n Note on images – linked to source
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 5/10/10 44 I. What is IR? n Traditional definition: Political decisions of, and relationships  between and among, governments n More recently: Other actors Interdisciplinary focus Changing definition of security 4
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 5/10/10 55 5 The Two Subfields of IR: I. International Security Studies War and peace, the military Foreign policy; diplomacy Treaties and alliances Power politics International organizations and international law Terrorism Peace studies A broadening definition of security (IPE)
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 5/10/10 66 The Two Subfields of IR: II. International Political Economy International trade, money, business Integration (e.g. EU) The environment, population issues (problems of “commons”) North-South gap, global inequities in wealth,  health etc. Development Information revolution 6 The Aral Sea Source – National Geographic)
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 5/10/10 77 II. The Collective Goods Problem n Core concept in understanding  international interactions and relations
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2010 for the course PSC 124 taught by Professor D'amico during the Fall '07 term at Syracuse.

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