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IR  17:03 Readings: Read chapter Lamy sent on states and foreign policy Chapter 2 – international society Chapter 25 – regionalism Last words on “Globalization, France, Nazis, and the Internet” Every case can be told in many stories Call for global governance—will work in low value areas, is harder in high-risk and  security areas One thing that might trigger more control: cyber-warfare; sovereignty of  governments v.  sovereignty of citizens US government websites are attacked 1.8 billion times a day Globalization pushes: The “I” over the “we” Rationality: cost-benefit analysis as a weighing mechanism to govern all politics Political/Military World: how do Mann’s Sources of Power play in? The international system All states have material goals and ideational goals (getting the A vs. being an  educated person  and changing the world) States work to secure interests and shape the global environment (Milieu)
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course IR 210 taught by Professor Lynch during the Spring '06 term at USC.

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4 - IR 17:03 Readings ,France,Nazis,andtheInternet...

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