Political Science 127 Lecture 3: 1. Explaining AFP Political 3rd image 2nd image Neorealism Classical realism Econ NeoMarxism Neo-liberal Marxism Conspirac y theories 1st image Biopolitics Constructiv ist Elitist theory Psych Social Ideol.
Winter 2009 Prof. Robert Rauchhaus: PS 127: AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
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INSTRUCTIONS 1. Bring two pens and two unused bluebooks do not write in or on the bluebook. 2. Complete parts I and II. Part I: Short Answer Questions (50 Points
PS127 Lecture Notes: 3/12/2009 George HW Bush: Goals o o o o Consolidate Reagan's political and economic gains Make the United States "a kinder and gentler nation." Take advantage of a "a moment rich with promise" to use American strength as "a force for
Post WW I: 1. Restricted immigration with the Emergency Quota Act and the Immigration Act. 2. Entered a period of isolationism with the passage of the various Neutrality Acts of the 1930s 3. Sought to limit future warfare by the Kellogg-Briand Pact that o
US Foreign Policies after WWI and WWII/ Bush Doctrine 3 Levels of Analysis- Pick one and explain why the other two are not sufficient Characterizations of each period: Significance: Critical points that happened Was each successful? Pros/Cons