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Unformatted text preview: -5 Assumptions of neorealism-3 Hypotheses of neorealism-Problems/Limitations of neorealism (whether hypotheses follow logically from the assumptions; other critiques/issues)-Empirical evidence concerning neorealism -Essential/Inessential states C. Liberal Cooperation Theory/Neo-liberal Institutionalism-Norms-Regimes-Interdependence-Collective Action Problems o Tragedy of the Commons/ Common Pool Resource Problem o Public Goods Problem (and free riding)-Prisoners’ Dilemma o Why it’s a “dilemma”? (Pareto inferior vs. Pareto optimal)-Hegemony-Repeated Interaction o Repeated Prisoners’ Dilemma o The Shadow of the Future-Critiques of liberal cooperation theory D. Marxism E. Structural Accounts of the Causes of War-Balance of Power Theory-Power Transition Theory (Organski reading)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course POL 130 taught by Professor Simonelli during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.
- Spring '08
- International Relations