POLS 110 Midterm Review Sheet

POLS 110 Midterm Review Sheet - Midterm 1 Review Sheet POLS...

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Midterm # 1 Review Sheet POLS 110: Introduction to International Politics Prof. Eric Reinhardt, Fall 2011 Concepts actors, interests, interactions, institutions levels of analysis – domestic, international, transnational theory, assumptions, deductions; probabilistic vs. deterministic claims; “puzzle” anarchy mercantilism power national/public interests vs. “particularistic” or “special” interests bargaining and cooperation coordination problems and collaboration problems Prisoner’s Dilemma, Chicken, and Stag Hunt games the bargaining model of war repeated interaction / iteration / linkage coercive diplomacy war, interstate war, and civil war compellence, deterrence, extended vs. general deterrence capabilities and the costs of war incomplete information, transparency, resolve, credibility credibility and commitment problems costly signals, brinkmanship, tying hands, audience costs
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course POLS 110 taught by Professor Davis during the Fall '08 term at Emory.

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