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HIS103, Monday, May 16, 2011

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HIS103, Monday, May 16, 2011 - Read one to three titles from the reading list - Smyth’s Box- every single reading article can be found at munk center - Tutorials will be Tuesday and Wednesday - Can anyone site a major international relations event? - 9/11 major event that shifted international relations - Assassination of Kennedy - Europe as the focal point of study - 1640 systems emerges where 4-5 political entities emerge equally strong (politically, militarily, economically, etc) - Equilibrium developed, as a result obliged to co-operate birth of international relations - If you don’t understanding how wars are fought/achieved cannot achieve rest of human objectives- eliminate poverty, protect environment - Those who do study history are doomed to repeat it - Lecture One: - What do you think the purpose of the state is? o Primary purpose of all states is it’s own survival, behaves like organism (I don’t agree) o Citizens matter insofar as much as we pay taxes to aid the state o
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