International Relations Dr. Chad E. Raymond Class notes Tyler Dornenburg Class Notes 9/17/07 Constructionist Theory (Continued.) - State Behavior elite beliefs, identities, social norms - Identities: Change Frequently - Political Structure: Explains
Tyler Dornenburg International Relationships Take-Home Essay Question 10/8/07 Which IR theory best describes the behavior of political leaders in the USA? Why? Throughout the history of the United States political leaders have traditionally taken ste
Tyler Dornenburg International Relations Take-home Essay 12/9/07
Is unipolarity, bipolarity, or multipolarity the most stable international system? Why?
The system that creates the most stability between states in international politics is the bipol
1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) People are capable of recognizing their best interests Self interest sparks cooperation to help achieve mutual goals Feel war can be avoided Two causes of evil in the world a. Inadequate or corrupt social institutions b