Chapter 11: Human Rights
The anti-apartheid struggle stands out for two effects on the global human rights
First, the national struggle played out on a global stage
The Black majority appealed to allies abroad for support. TANs helped by docum
Chapter 10: Transnational Networks
Transnational networks are composed of sets of constituent actors engaged in voluntary,
reciprocal interactions of communication and exchange across national borders.
The constituent actors may include: 1) internationa
Chapter 9: Development
Although everyone in poor countries prefers more development to less, individuals and
groups within countries may have conflicting interests with respect to development
policy. The pursuit of private interests by powerful groups ca
Chapter 8 NotesInternational Monetary Relations
WHAT ARE EXCHANGE RATES, WHO DO THEY MATTER?
A national monetary system allows for the convenient exchange of goods, services, and
Its a classic good: benefits everyone, but because people cannot
Chapter 7 Notes-International Financial Relations
HOW AND WHY DO PEOPLE INVEST OVERSEAS?
The principal varieties of foreign investments can be grouped into two broad categories:
portfolio investment and direct investment
Chapter 6 Notes-International Trade
WHATS SO GOOD ABOUT TRADE?
Actors engage in foreign trade for the same reason they trade with each other within
countries: to realize the benefits of specialization-the division of labor
Modern societies are based on