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9:8:10 Notes - International Security 8 September 2010...

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International Security 8 September 2010 Notes Professor Matthew Kocher OfFce Hours: 10-12 Tuesday Onur Bakiner ( [email protected] ) Regina Bateson ( [email protected] ) ±rancesca Grandi ( [email protected] ) Cory McCruden ( [email protected] ) Paper 1: September 27 (in class) Mid-Term exam: October 18 (in class) Paper 2: November 17 (in class) ±inal Exam: December 17, 2:00pm What is Security? Normative: What (among the things we can protect) should we value? Positive/Empirical: What uniFes the Feld of international security? What do states, in fact, value? How do they prioritize among multiple values? One Analytic Dimension of Security: Who/What is secured? The state assumes the autonomy of the state from society has interest that can be conceived distinct from society probably stems from monarchist government (which was distinct from polis) Alternative supra-individual entity assumes subordination of the state
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course PLSC 165 taught by Professor Matthewkocher during the Fall '10 term at Yale.

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