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Takes levels of analysis as framework Best way to survive is to not be dependent on other states o Realism has survived because the hegemons are realists o What can we learn from reformer and transformer worldviews? o E.H. Carr – realists can’t completely dismiss other worldviews o Grotian moments – when the world changes
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End of WWI Reevaluate how the system is run Wilson – took advantage of peace movements End of WWII Churchill lost election to someone that wanted to pay attention to the needs of citizens End of Cold War Read BS&O chapter 16 – international law o Fundamental institutions Just war Multilateralism o Issue specific institutions Regimes Does traditional realism fit with American political culture? o Morgenthau changed American views the most o 2 key liberal traditions – commercial (Adam Smith) and republic (Kant) Graham Allison’s Model o Rational Actor Model o Organizational process o Bureaucratic o DO NOT USE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS CASE STUDY Questions Within each of the worldview categories there are differences and debates, what are the contending positions and views about Marxism, English School, liberalism, and realism? Discuss the Grotian tradition how is it different from the Kantian tradition and the realist tradition?
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o Develop framework o If we look at view of humankind, role of the state… o Pick best attributes o War Kant – would like war to be obsolete, but know it is not so want just war Realist – believe in just war but national interest is the most important thing Grotian – just war Who was right – Wilson or Morgenthau? o Wilson (Grotian) after WWI with a solution The League of Nations Collective security o Morgenthau after WWII with a solution Be strong, be powerful Use power effectively
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