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Unformatted text preview: International Politics Final – Study Guide INDENTIFICATION AND DEFINITION 1. “soothing commerce” 2. The Wealth of Nations 3. The Sociology of Imperialisms (1919) 4. “spill-over” 5. “dialectical functionalism” 6. A Working Peace System 7. transgovernmentalism 8. institution vs. organization 9. world federal union 10. complex interdependence 11. regime 12. European Coal and Steel Community 13. NATO 14. Jean Monnet 15. Treaty of Rome 16. The American Challenge 17. Single European Act 18. principle of subsidiarity 19. ‘deepening vs. widening’ 20. ‘the poor four’ 21. Jacques Delors 22. Treaty of Schengen 23. Treaty of Maastricht 24. ‘variable geometry’ 25. ‘the democratic deficit’ 26. EMU 27. new vs. old multilateralism 28. ‘coalitions of the willing’ 29. ‘soft balancing’ 30. unipolarity 31. The Great Wall 32. tributary system 33. “Star Raft” 34. Mandarins 35. Opium Wars 36. Treaty of Nanjing 37. Taiping Rebellion 38. Chiang Kaishek 39. Mao Tse-Tung 40. Great Leap Forward 41. Cultural Revolution 42. Deng Xiaoping 43. Spratley Islands 44. The “Beijing Consensus” 45. ‘overkill’ 46. Hiroshima 47. ‘nuclear winter’ 48. fission vs. fusion 49. uranium 238 vs. uranium 235 50. uranium vs. plutonium 51. enrichment vs. reprocessing 52. converter vs. breeder reactors 53. kiloton vs. megaton 54. pre-emptive first strike 55. secure second strike capability 56. SLBMs 57. surveillance satellites 58. strategic defense 59. ‘accuracy revolution’ 60. ‘transparency revolution’ 61. ‘opacity residue’ 62. PALSs 63. ABM Treaty of 1970 64. nuclear decapitation 65. ‘C-cubed I’ 66. ‘nuclear overhang’ 67. The Baruch Plan 68. IAEA 69. Non-Proliferation Treaty 70. NWS vs. NNWS 71. Lisbon Protocols 72. Nunn-Lugar Threat Reduction Program 73. ‘pariah states’ 74. ‘rogue states’ 75. The Absolute Weapon 76. nuclear one worldism 77. ‘limited nuclear war’ 78. ‘victory is possible’ 79. automatic deterrence statism 80. institutional deterrence statism 81. imperial nuclear one worldism 82. minimal vs. maximal world statism 83. Reykyavik Summit (1986) 84. The Abolition 85. nuclear reclusion 86. concurrent authorities 87. MAD vs. NUTS 88. Gorbachev 89. the K-K ratio 90. MANGOs 91. omniviolence 92. proliferation vs. leakage 93. “the Gold Standard” (Allison) 94. ‘nuclear totalitarian archipelago’ 95. Aum Shinrikyo 96. asymmetric warfare 97. Usama bin Laden SHORT ESSAYS 1. How and why, according to Adam Smith, does the likelihood of war vary between the four different stages of economic development?the four different stages of economic development?...
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