POL101 11-15-11 Notes

POL101 11-15-11 Notes - 11/15/11 Classroom discussion...

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11/15/11 Classroom discussion Applying “Just War” criteria to: Kosovo South Ossetia Palestine Cost and benefits of international integration
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The boomerang model Describes how TANs can indirectly influence states by calling on the persuasive power of other states The boomerang model: NGOs in one state activate transnational linkages to bring pressure from other states on their own governments Usually, the boomerang is activated by NGOs in non-democratic regimes and is directed at NGOs in democratic states
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North South Gap: Above and below world’s average income
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Colonialism possibly stimulated growth in some poor countries BUT: Interests of the colonies were secondary to that of the mother country The colonial world can be divided into two types: Countries where European settlers could live easily and establish institutions Countries were settlers were more likely to die of disease or other factors When the settlers’ interests coincided with those of the local
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course POL 101 taught by Professor Sekercioglu during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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POL101 11-15-11 Notes - 11/15/11 Classroom discussion...

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