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ex: EU Council: represent national interest Council of Ministers/Council of the EU: Represent national governments European parliament: National Elections o Larger institutions and grouping such as the EU to which state authority or national identity is subordinated
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ex: ECJ: Member states are expected to change national law in order to be incompliance with international rule European Commission: Big staff of commissioners that represent Europe, not national governments. European central bank: For states of the Eurozone they set Interest Rates Describe each stage of the three-phase international cooperation problem. Choose an environmental issue (e.g. global warming, ozone depletion) and discuss how international cooperation on this environmental issue has moved (or not) through each of the three sequential phases. o Problem resignation phase 1985: ozone hole found above Antarctica o Bargaining Phase (how much by when) 1987: New international Regime where 22 governments agreed to reduce CFC Emissions by 50% in less than a decade, widened to 81 countries (Considered to be the most successful international agreement to date) o Enforcement phase Adopted products to have less CFC emissions 1987: Montreal Protocol: never enforced but self-enforced. Sketch a graph of demographic transition clearly identifying the x and y axis. Explain why the graph has the shape that it does. What does this shape imply for economic development as a strategy to reduce the world’s growing population? What does the logic of the demographic transition imply for world population growth over the next 50 years? o The graph has the shape it does because in stages 1, 2, and 3 (developing stages), due to less access to health care (birth control) incentive to have kids results in a high birth and death rate o In stages 3 and 4, due to access to health care, higher incomes, and less incentive to have kids as workers you have low birth and death rates.
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