Political Science 220-002
Introduction to International Relations
Class Meets Monday and Wednesdays 2-3:15
Leutze Hall 111
Dr. R. Kleinberg
Monday and Wednesday: 12:00-1:45 pm
MIDTERM 2 NOTES PLS 201
Chapters 7, 10, 11, 12, 13
AT T I T U D E S :
An organized and consistent manner of thinking, feeling and reaching with regard to people, groups, social issues or
ones environment in general.
When asked, responses express underlyin
War is the oldest, most prevalent, and most salient issue in international relations.
PLS 220 - Chapter 9 Summary
Economic globalization describes the international political economy of 2010.
Goods and services are produced and traded globally.
A global virtual world ties us together through new technology.
The standardized shipping container is an example of how simple changes can have complex consequences
In the twenty-first century, more different kinds of actors than ever participate in international politics
Chapter 7 Summary - PLS 220
I. Intergovernmental Organizations
The Creation of International Organizations (IOs)
Why have states chosen to organize themselves collectively? The response is found in liberalism
Within the framework of institutions, coope
Chapter 6 Summary
I. Foreign-Policy Elites: Individuals Who Matter
Liberals are adamant that leaders do make a difference. Whenever there is a leadership change in a major power,
speculation always arises about possible changes in the countrys foreign pol
Chapter 5 Summary - PLS 220
I. The State and the Nation
For an entity to be considered a state, four fundamental conditions must be met (although these legal criteria are not
A state must have a territorial base.
A stable population must reside