POL101 Midterm Topics

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POL 101 World Politics. Midterm 1 key concepts. competition - cooperation collective goods problems definition and examples key solutions to the collective goods problem realism, liberalism, constructivism balance of power, hegemonic stability theory democratic peace theory five historical periods five descriptions: major powers, major conflicts, interests, interactions, institutions what did political scientists learn from each of the five periods? "interests, interactions, institutions" analytical framework cooperation and bargaining graphics bargaining powers Prisoners' Dilemma and Stag-Hunt institutions promoting cooperation game theory basics finding equilibrium in normal (strategic) form games
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Unformatted text preview: Chicken table: realism-liberalism-constructivism and interests-interactions-institutions why wars occur: old explanations why wars occur: new rationalist explanations reputation building model absence of trust model (PD, SH) spatial (bargaining range) model compellence and deterrence model shifts in power model first strike advantage model domestics politics and war rally effect and rally effect model dovish and hawkish interests model alliances and collective security organizations definitions, similarities, and differences state A versus states B and C model dilemmas of collective security peace-keeping and peace-enforcing operations...
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