Midterm 1 - Study Guide

Midterm 1 - Study Guide - POL S 203 Midterm 1 Study Guide...

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POL S 203 – Midterm 1 – Study Guide Terms Neocons : believe in high defense spending and aggressive foreign policy leading to the democratization of the middle east Bismarck : sought to unify the German city states and was willing to go to war if needed. Savage wars of peace" Melians Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism Differential growth rates Bandwagoning Sovereignty : When a state has control within its borders and free from control from other countries Pacific Union Plutocracy : the wealthy elite, Marxists believe they control the government. revisionist state imperialism Franco-Prussian War (1870-71) : France worried about German military power, they have bad leadership and poor use of weapons. Significant because the nationalists are kept from annexing parts of France and putting sanctions on them. Kant Treaty of Westphalia breech loader interdependence security dilemma iron and blood hegemonic war. Concert of Europe Blackwater Myanmar Essays Spring 2007, First Exam 8. Is it possible to fundamentally change the nature of international politics? Discuss the three different perspectives and use one or more current event to illustrate your argument. Realist: no, it is a self-help system, anarchy and human nature controlled. History is cyclical
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