The higher rate of interaction or interdependence the

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-the higher rate of interaction or interdependence, the easier a system can be conceptualized Notion of structure- how units relate to one another, not how they interact with each other Why do states want power? What is power? How do we characterize it? Power is in terms of resources (capabilities) to manage a state’s insecurity (the sum of its military, economic, technological capabilities), a state’s capabilities vis-a-vis another state, a state’s willingness to use its capabilities, and.or a state’s ability to control or influence other states The effects/impacts of power (Military and economic measures to influence of control the behavior of other countries) Security Dilemma - with the absence of a higher authority, State A is left to defend itself, the build up of a state’s defenses for defense or self-preservation could be interpreted by a neighbor as an aggressive act leading the neighbor (State B) to build up his defense thus making State A further insecure leading to the further build up of defenses (thus setting in motion a reciprocating process). Utilize some of video clips Reference some of the ppts, clips, and stuff May ask about Obama administration and how relates
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Importance of theory. What does theory help us do? Level of analysis (3 different levels; pros and cons of all three levels) Why do we need to utilize level of analysis? Issue of culture (Huntington and history article) Can culture tell us something about world politics? South Korea Policy:
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