03-11-2010_Intro_to_non-state_for_moodle

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Transnational actors 11 March 2010 Pol 1025.001 1
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Announcements Short assignments: end of class Modified readings: See Moodle (dropping the I Law reading) Groups for next time: Group A: Last names A-H (UN) Group B: Last names I-N (Regimes) Group C: Last names O-Z (Integration) Today: Mid-semester eval Intro lecture NGO Bingo 2
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Mid-semester evaluation Half sheet of paper; no names Take five minutes to assess both the course and yourself: For the course , what is one thing that has worked well? One thing that could be improved? For you , what is one thing you’ve done well? How could you improve your performance? (At the end, pass all the way to the right) 3
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Who are they? 1. States 2. TNCs 3. NGOs (domestic and INGOs) 4. IGOs/IOs 5. Criminal networks Do they matter, and why? –. Power : 50 largest TNCs have revenues greater than 133/192 states –. Size
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course POL 1025 taught by Professor Unkown during the Spring '10 term at Minnesota.

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