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Abram Balloga Reading Summaries Trading State (R. Rosecrance) #10 Rosecrance describes the difference between a military-political world, and a trading world. Saying that the Roman Empire was the only civilization to master and bring together the western world militarily, thus a military-political world is not ideal. He says that in this modern era, rarely is a country completely self sufficient. It is simply more economic to get some goods from other countries. Because of this, the world has become a network of trading states which relies on one another for specific goods. In order to compete in the global marketplace, countries must specialize and produce a product better and at a lesser cost than its competitors. Because of this specialization, it’s not as likely that one countries attempts to make gains and expand its influence on a certain sector will encroach on its neighbors interests. Overall, conflicts are lesser than in a military-political state, because in a trading world, nations need what each other have to offer, and are not willing to risk hostile or military action against them. Kant and Liberal Legacies (M. Doyle) #11 The question this article addresses is “What difference do liberal principles and institutions make to the conduct of the foreign affairs of liberal states?”. He explains that
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  • Fall '05
  • KATZENSTEIN, P
  • Cold War, International regime, Jacksonian foreign policy

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