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Study Sessions Pols 122 002 with Collin Hawkins in SSS 202 Wednesday, October 10th, 5-6 p.m. Pols 122 003 with Jenny Sessions in SSS 217 Tuesday, October 9th, 7-8 p.m. Students are welcome to utilize either session POLS 122: Exam I Review I. History and Development of the International System A. Ancient Greece (City-State System ) B. Roman Empire (Imperialism) C. Renaissance Italy (City-State System) D. Development of Modern International System 1. Thirty Years War (1618-1648) 2. Treaty of Westphalia (1648) II. States A. 4 criteria/preconditions to become a State B. Nations, National Identity, Nationalism and Nation-States C. Definition of (absolute) Sovereignty 1. UN Charter Chapter 1: 2(4) and 2(7) 2. Challenges to sovereignty (Chap. VII) D. States operate in a ‘system’ – what does this mean? III. Power A. 3 methods of exercising power B. 3 qualities of power C. Morgenthau’s definition D. Operationalizing power 1. Pp=(C+E+M) (S+W) IV. Theories of International Relations A. Realism 1. 4 basic assumptions of Realism 2. Thucydides `History of the Peloponnesian War’
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