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10-3 Notes For 10-8: Ch. 6 up to 173, 186 –end Interdependence Theory Robert Keohane/ Joseph Nye (Neo-liberalism) “Power & Interdependence” I) Interdependence a. Mutual reliance b. What happens to one state in the world greatly affects another c. Level of interdependence has increased over past century i. Technologies 1. Communication: Computers, phones, internet, satellite 2. Transportation: airplanes, trains, ships, cars ii. Increasing the level of human interaction II) 3 Tenants: a. Multiple channels of communication i. According to realists since the state is most important… the most important form of communication is state leader to state leader ii. Interstate communications iii. Intergovernmental communications – gov. bureaucracy iv. Transnational communications – non-governmental organizations 1. Red Cross, Peace Corp., 2. MNCs (multi-national companies) – Wal-Mart
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Gangs, mobs, terrorist cells 4. add to the types of actors on the world stage v. Individual b. Absence of hierarchy among issue areas i. Ranking of importance ii. Realism= power of the state; there is a ranking/hierarchy- power at the top then everything else 1. like human rights, economics, environment, tourism iii. what will be the most importance issue between states 1. US & Canada … #1 is trade/ power has nothing to do w/ it c. Role of military i. Negative relationship ii. If level of interdependence increase the level of force used to resolve situations decreases iii. If level of force increases the level of interdependence decreases 1. US & France…trade, tourism, shared ideals iv. What should we do to decrease the level of violence in the world? 1. increase the level of interedependence...
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