IR Chapter 6 - Key Terms.pdf

Program develops defense that could shoot down

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- program develops defense that could shoot down ballistic missile Anti-ballistic Missile (ABM) treaty -1972 prevent either side from using a ballistic missile defense as a shield from which to launch the first strike. Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty(CTBT) to halt all nuclear test explosions was signed in 1996 after decades of statement, aim to impede the development of new types of nuclear weapons Chain of command - States Control military force running from the highest authority through a hierarchy spreading out to the lowest-level soldiers
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Civil-military relations - the interaction of civilians with military leaders is important factor in how states use force. Coup d'état -"blow against the state" the seizure of political power by domestic military force Military Government-Military forces themselves control the government Dates 1992-Chemical weapons convention 1972-Biology weapons convention 1972-Anti-ballistic Missile (ABM) treaty 1968 Non-proliferation Treaty(NPT) 1995-
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Chapter 7 - Key term International Norm -expectations actors hold about normal international relationship International organization IGOs and NGO UN Charter- lays out the structure of the UN and methods by which it operates, it based on the Principle of equal under international law; that states have full sovereignty over their own affairs; that states should have full independence and territorial integrity; and that states should carry out their international obligation. UN General Assembly - where representative of all sit together in the huge room, listening to speeches, and pass resolutions. UN Security Council- five great power and ten rotating member states make decision about international peace and security UN Secretariat - led by the secretary-general of the UN Peacebuilding - expanded operation, especially when they entail the use of force rather than relying on the consent of all parties UN Conference on Trade and Developement(UNCTAD) negotiate international trade agreement to stabilize commodity Price and promote development
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  • Fall '09
  • International Trade, Foreign exchange market, Intercontinental ballistic missile, Ballistic missile, Anti-ballistic missile

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