Week 2 Understanding Int'l Relations

Week 2 Understanding Int'l Relations - Week 2: World...

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Problems facing the world Definition of International Relations The past international world The current international world Five assumptions to understand IR Perceptions and IR Levels of Analysis
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Problems Facing the World War Disease Global warming Poverty Famine Water quality d Human rights Terrorism Overpopulation Deforestation Totalitarianism Slavery
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International Relations Defined Political, economic, social, and cultural  interactions among sovereign territorial  states” Patterns of interaction among world  political actors”  (Kegley)
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The Past International World (pre-end of the Cold War) State actors tried to gain power and wealth at the expense of another nation During the Cold War, “battles” were fought by proxy During this time, US-Soviet conflict dominated international politics Zero sum game (winners/losers) Security was defined in military terms Nuclear weapons Korean
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