POLS2221 Lecture 10 Notes

POLS2221 Lecture 10 Notes - TodayLecture 10: U.S. Foreign...

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Today Lecture 10: U.S. Foreign Policy post-9/11 s Plan Revisiting 9/11 – From ideas to policies; To exceptional times, exceptional policies; Independent internationalism; From pre-emption to prevention; Iraq
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Reviewing the Dominant Ideas Remember, neo-conservatism is a set of coherent ideas, arguments and conclusions from political experience It is deeply rooted in a variety of American traditions No set doctrine, but a set of ideas ‘a confluence of intellectual streams’ (Fukuyama)
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Leo Strauss and the Idea of Regime Plato & Aristotle: Regimes not as institutions but as way of life  Shape informal cultural mores  Sociological and anthropological layers on political life (religion, kinship, shared historical experience, etc)  FP reflects the values of their underlying societies
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Revisiting 9/11 – From Ideas to Policies Opposed to Kissinger whose realism 1) warns against crusading democratic idealism 2) appeared ready to accommodate the USSR, and 3) implies relativism
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These broad ideas were translated into specific sets of ideas about FP preferences
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course POLS 2221 taught by Professor Durand during the Three '11 term at Queensland.

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POLS2221 Lecture 10 Notes - TodayLecture 10: U.S. Foreign...

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