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WorldPolitics_Chapter03_mon_feb6_3 - Chapter Three Why Are...

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Chapter Three Why Are There Wars? (part 3)
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Grading scale: 92% − 100% = 4.0 [including lower bound] 84% − 92% = 3.5 [including lower bound; excluding upper bound] 76% − 84% = 3.0 68% − 76% = 2.5 60% − 68% = 2.0 52% − 60% = 1.5 44% − 52% = 1.0 < 44% = 0.0 E.g. if you manage to have a total of 92% from your course requirements then your grade will be a 4.0.
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Quiz 1 - percentage Freq. Percent Cum. 56.25 2 3.39 3.39 62.5 2 3.39 6.78 68.75 8 13.56 20.34 75 7 11.86 32.2 81.25 12 20.34 52.54 87.5 9 15.25 67.8 93.75 6 10.17 77.97 100 13 22.03 100 Total 59 100
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Potential quiz questions Describe the alliance system and the country incentives that drove Europe to WWI. Give some examples of policies during the Carter administration that Allan Greenspan agreed with. Discuss the context.
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Bargaining may fail Incomplete information over capabilities and resolve [communication is hampered due to credibility issues and incentives to misrepresent or lie] Commitment problems – states cannot commit to not altering a deal/bargain at a later date (prevention and preemption) Good indivisibility – can you actually divide the object of contention?
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Is Compromise Always Possible? War from Indivisibility
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course PLS 140 taught by Professor Silver during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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WorldPolitics_Chapter03_mon_feb6_3 - Chapter Three Why Are...

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