A Critique of Erik Voetens Examination of the Security Council!
Erik Voetens article, The Political Origins of the UN Security Councils Ability to
Legitimize the Use of Force, published by International Organization in Summer, 2005,
explores the Sec
Language is a tool for communication between beings. The goals of language are to
express ones thoughts and understand the thoughts of another, and subsequently to gain
information and make ones intentions clear. When language breaks down, is a
From Academia to Application in Africa
While scholars have become increasingly more effective at identifying, tracking and
treating many diseases, Africa continues to suffer with it as a seemingly inevitable fact of life.
The legacy of colonialism and t
Health and disease have been significant factors in the evolution of the African continent
for centuries, but the most visible changes came about when European settlers began increased
interaction with Africans. The encounter with Europeans, notably in
Early Meiji Military Reform and the Samurai Transition
The Meiji Restoration brought fundamental changes to Japanese society. One of the most
prominent of these changes was the shift in military culture, leading to the removal of the
samurai from out
Mapping Nationalism and Ethnicity in Africa
Maps by Nuruddin Farah is a novel that deals with the question of what it means to be
in an environment where the answer to that question can determine the fate of ones future and
the conditions of their prese
The International Print Triennial and the Rejuvenation of Krakow
The International Print Triennial in Krakow has existed in some form or another
since 1966. In its rst form, it was an international biennial of graphic arts similar to the
one that can
-Introduce Voetens article immediately!
-Voeten talks about the Security Council and Its Authority over Uses of Force,
Legitimacy, Explanations (Legal Consistency, Forum for Deliberation,
Appropriate Procedures Global Public Goods), the Se
1. Sheila Walsh!
2. College 2014!
3. Anticipated Major: Government!
4. Topic: Why do states in the international system hold the UN Security
Councils authorization of force in such high regard? Is the legitimacy of
Security Council authorizations derive
Preference Orderings for Prisoners Dilemma and Stag Hunt
-D means Defect, C Means Cooperate
-First Players Move Listed First in Each Pair (For Example, DC means the
first player Defects, the Second Cooperates)
-The Greater Than sign (>)