LECTURE 1-22-08

LECTURE 1-22-08 - LECTURE #1: WARMUP AND INTRODUCTION I....

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Unformatted text preview: LECTURE #1: WARMUP AND INTRODUCTION I. THE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 1. IR as the study of people, governments and their institutions internationally? 1. International Relations as a struggle over Who Get What, When, and How internationally. So, we go beyond the formal study of governments, institutions, and organizations. Transnationalist or Globalist view of International Politics focuses on non-State actors. 1. Neo-realism/Neo-Mercantilism (economic nationalism) views of global politics and international organization. 1. Marxist/neo-Marxist view of global politics and international organization. 1. Neo-Idealism: (communication, grass-roots movements, women movements, 1. Feminism and International Politics II. Post Cold War IPE Characteristics? New World Order: World Scheme (reality) or Order (what we want to see), our ideal reality stands in opposition to reality. Globalization Debate: The question of technology: Nationalism, Ethnic Conflict or Clash of Civilizations? The Gap Between Rich and Poor Countries Fragmentation or Integration or Fragmegration What role for the State, International Organizations, Corporations in International Politics Gender Issues and Perspectives International Law in International Politics Sources of Cooperation in global politics (Environment, Refugees and Migration, Communicable Infectious Diseases like AIDS, Ebola, Viruses, and Disappearing Species. III. HOW ABOUT THE STATE IN POST COLD WAR GLOBAL POLITICS? Is the Power of the State diminishing: Withering the State? Realists and neo-realists : Neo-idealists : Transnationalists/Globalists : II. INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course POLS 331 taught by Professor Abootalebi during the Spring '08 term at Wisc Eau Claire.

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