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Liberalism I. Introduction I. History A. Claims of liberals 1.centrality of individual 2.rationality of individual 3.individuals influence environment 4.non-deterministic nature of world 5.progress II. 4 Strands of liberalism A. Free trade liberalism 1.not zero sum game 2.absolute vs. relative gains 3.Japan example B. Immanuel Kant 1.democratic peace 2.collective security C. Neo-liberal Institutionalism institutions
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Unformatted text preview: b.sense of continuity c. opportunity for reciprocity d.transparency e. forum for conflict resolution f. manage collective action problems 2.Prisoners’ Dilemma 3.role of Hegemon III. Liberalism in IR vs. Realism A. anarchy B. unitary actor C. goals D. states as independent actors E. power F. rationality V. Weighing the theories...
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