1 evil human behavior results from flawed

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1) Evil human behavior results from flawed institutions. 2) Humans beings and human nature are perfectible. 3) Morality is a fundamental part of international politics. 4) Emphasis on individual rights. 5) Broader humanitarian interest, not just “national interest” 6) International law and international institutions as means to prevent war 7) Multilateral collaboration is the key to prosperity and peace.
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9/4/2018 8 Began in 1920, relatively unimportant by late 1930s Non-participation by U.S. and others Most ambitious goal was to eliminate war (also establish World Court, reduce arms, etc.) 1) Moral suasion 2) Economic sanctions 3) Collective security A system of states that join together and make an explicit commitment to do two things: 1) Renounce the use of force to settle disputes with each other 2) Promise to use force against any member who breaks rule 1.
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9/4/2018 9 Simplicity – force is simply outlawed Certainty – guaranteed action to stop conflict
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