Chapter about Pakistan in Nuclear Nightmares + Blackboard readings
o Pakistan seen as the most dangerous country on earth, having an unstable government, a
fragile economy, strong extremist influences in its military and intelligence agencies, and
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3 MIDTERM ONE STUDY GUIDE
Politics of the Environment Fall 2016
Exam date: Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Exam is worth 40 points total (two parts, each worth 20 points). You will sel
Lecture: Conditions for Peace and Conflict Applying a Fuzzy-Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis
to Cases of Resource Scarcity
Differences btw social, economic, and political conditions determin conflict over resource scarcity.
economic situation of hou
Summary of McDoom_2014 neg social capital y networks_Rwanda genocide
Positive outcomes are also shared with negative outcomes.
*Article highlight dark side of social capital: genocidal violence.
*Rwanda genocide 1994.
*Individual participation was influen
Lecture- Religious Diversity and Religious Tolerance: Lessons from Nigeria
religious segregation rather than religious diversity has increased religious intolerance in Nigeria.
While it is true that Nigeria is a religiously diverse country where there has
Lecture A World Without Islam by Karakaya
A world without Islam would still see most of the enduring bloody rivalries whose wars and tribulations
dominate the geopolitical landscape. If it were not religion, all of these groups would have found some
Lecture: "Land Reform as a Counterinsurgency Policy: Evidence from Colombia."
Politically powerful large landholders blocked most large-scale reform which results high insurgency
Larger-scale reforms were only implemented in areas that threatened seriou
Author: Valerie Karr
Publication: UNICEF's Division of Communication, 2009, New York, USA
This book is entitled 'It's About Ability, Learning Guide on the Convention of the Rights of Persons
with Disability.' As the name suggests this book is
Prof: Brain Mark
Wilbert Rideau a renowned journalist who spent over forty years in prison wrote an article
explaining why he felt the prison system was not very effective. Mr Rideau drew his opinion mainly
from personal experience at
Should the U.S devote more of its resources
to end hunger of drought victims in the Horn of Africa?
I. Background and Context
The severe drought in the Horn of Africa has affected thousands of people. These poor people
live in an unstable land
Rivers Run Dry
There are different ways of sustaining water. Some of those are sustainable while other
are un-sustainable. An example of unsustainable water are big water projects while individual
and small scale project are sustaina
Dr. G. Allen Greb
International Security and Conflict Resolution.
International Security and Conflict Resolution also known as ISCOR is a pretty
new major that was started around 1995 at San Diego State University. ISCOR i
ISCOR discussion of articles
Rising states: MIST Mexico (fragile state because of the
gang/drug/human trafficking problems and a rising state because of the
fact that they have a lot of resources and), Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey.
China has just establ
IAEA most important agency of the UN, investigates nuclear facilities
Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)
- Agreement vs Treaty. Cant pull out of a Treaty.
- Iran has 19,000 centrifuges and will reduce these to 6,104