II Arms Control and Peacekeeping

II Arms Control and Peacekeeping - Arms Control and...

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Arms Control and Peacekeeping I. Mitigating the Security Dilemma a. Manage secturity dilemma by winning it – building more stuff a.i. US v. Soviet Cold War II. Collective Security a. How does it work? a.i. Collective deterrents (decided by who the aggressor is and everyone allies against them) b. When does it work? b.i. Only works when everyone is allying against them and say this aggression will not stand b.ii. Iraq 1991 b.iii. Concert of Europe b.iii.1. Stability highly prized because of who destructive the Napoleonic Wars were b.iv. Works when there is some power consensus and when none of the powers oppose c. When doesn’t it work c.i. Does not work when there is no unity of great powers c.i.1. Collective skeptic say there is never a unity of power c.ii. Powers will not go to war with aggressors when it does not interest you and it will cost you d. Current Agenda d.i. There is none but only real formal one is the United Nation Security Council, which in practice seems impossible because of such little
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course INR 2001 taught by Professor Richard during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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