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Unformatted text preview: Political Interactions Cooperation Bargaining POLSC 333: World Politics Cooperation and Bargaining (How A Perfect Mind Can Help You at Home) 1 Dr. Amanda Murdie September 7th 1 Interests, Interactions, and Institutions, Part 2 POLSC 333: World Politics Political Interactions Cooperation Bargaining Goals for Today 1 Remember - we were talking about the 3 I's - interests, interactions, institutions 1 last Tuesday - we went over interests and institutions 2 Outline political interactions and their role in determining political outcomes 1 Cooperation 2 Bargaining POLSC 333: World Politics Political Interactions Cooperation Bargaining Icebreaker Question Can countries cooperate on issues of global warming? Will they? What facilitates or hinders this cooperation? Is it easier/harder on speci c issues? Gulf Oil Spill? POLSC 333: World Politics Political Interactions Cooperation Bargaining Icebreaker Question Can countries cooperate on issues of global warming? Will they? What facilitates or hinders this cooperation? Is it easier/harder on speci c issues? Gulf Oil Spill? POLSC 333: World Politics Political Interactions Cooperation Bargaining Past Environmental Cooperation joint e orts to end chloro uorocarbon use in the 1980s and 1990s Montreal Protocol - protection of the ozone layer, late 1980s, Ko Annan - "perhaps the single most successful international agreement to date has been the Montreal Protocol" Kyoto Protocol (expires 2012)- stabilization of greenhouse gasses, adopted 1997, individual states have di erent percentages to reduce emissions What is the US's position? signed, not rati ed why? same thing with Copenhagen Accord in late 2009/2010 next annual meeting of the treaty underlying the Kyoto Protocol - this Thanksgiving, in Cancun POLSC 333: World Politics Political Interactions Cooperation Bargaining Past Environmental Cooperation joint e orts to end chloro uorocarbon use in the 1980s and 1990s Montreal Protocol - protection of the ozone layer, late 1980s, Ko Annan - "perhaps the single most successful international agreement to date has been the Montreal Protocol" Kyoto Protocol (expires 2012)- stabilization of greenhouse gasses, adopted 1997, individual states have di erent percentages to reduce emissions What is the US's position? signed, not rati ed why? same thing with Copenhagen Accord in late 2009/2010 next annual meeting of the treaty underlying the Kyoto Protocol - this Thanksgiving, in Cancun POLSC 333: World Politics Political Interactions Cooperation Bargaining Basic Argument 1 Political interactions are the game that is played to determine political outcomes. 2 Common political interactions include cooperation and bargaining. 3 Political science knows a lot about the factors that in uence the outcomes in cooperation and bargaining scenarios....
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