1) How did US reduce tensions with China? (Hook & Spanier)
a. PRC (Peoples Republic of China)- we originally called it Red China
b. Withdraw US navy from the body of water between Taiwan and China
c. Ever since Mao took over, US navy had been controlling
Origins of the Cold War
Introduction- how the Cold War started and came to an end; September 11 th and
the aftermath; balance of power; American exceptionalalism - nation of
immigrants; US is a constructed nation full of ethnicities; first
1) What role did Gorbachev play in the fall of the Berlin Wall? How did the US
2) How did US policy towards international institutions change under Clinton
and Bush; and why?
US starts to pull back from the UN
In 1994, congress was under Republ
Women and Human Development
Martha Nussbaum, 1947
Influence of the young Karl Marx
It is obvious that the human eye gratifies itself in a way different from the
crude, non-human eye; the human ear different from the crude ear, etc. the
human ear differ
Compare the goals and Challenges of:
- Gulf War (Early 1990)
Cold War Era (US thought he would support Communism)
1ST GOAL: Push Saddam out of Kuwait
2nd GOAL: Maintain oil reserves and
Wanted Iraq to maintain a role in the Middle East balance of
IV.1: What connection between US and Greece?
Part of the containment policy
Contain spread of Soviet Union
One-step remove from containment
If Greece falls, Turkey might fall to Soviet pressure
Proposing a policy for congress to ratify it
IV.2: US, E
MARCH 4: Papers Due!
War at Home
1. How did protests broaden?
African Americans were the first group to Protest
To look at the war from a black perspective
MLK was one of the people who came out against the war
Truth behind politics
Bring a sense of
Hook & Spanier: Ch. 6 (126-149); Reagan
Documents X: 1, 2, 3, 4
1) What can anti-Vietnam war projects teach us about foreign policy?
a. Lot going on domestically
b. Public opinion and support is crucial in America
c. In an
1) What did al-Maliki do that undermined democracy?
a. Patriot Act government could go in and interrogate anyone
b. Killed whoever spoke up against in
c. No constitutional rights
d. Arrested a lot of political partners bodyguards and held
them without tri
End of the Cold War and Beyond
End of the Cold War
a. New Arms Race
1. President Jimmy Carter
1. 1977 1981
2. Had a different approach to the Cold War than Nixon
a. Wanted to bring all nations into a positive
b. Promoted human rights
The US and Peoples Republic of China established diplomatic relations as of
New Years 1979
US recognizes the government of the Peoples Republic of China as the sole
legal government of China
US promises to maintain cultural, commercial, and
Doc X:5 What did US, USSR agree to? Who was audience for WH Fact
Why did President G.H.W. Bush not try to overthrow Saddam?
- It wasnt the UNs motive to remove Saddam from power
- Arab states didnt want to overthrow Saddam
- US didnt want to deal w
1. What was the Reagan Doctrine? Give 2 examples of doctrine at work.
a. Policy that we should help fund freedom fighters that were fighting
against the communists
i. Iran (fundamentalist regime)
ii. Invasion of Grenada (Caribbean Island)
iii. Extended mo
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR FINANCE?
The council is ultimately accountable for the financial management of the local
government. While it should not have a hands-on role in financial management, the
council needs to have sufficient information to satisfy itsel
WHY IS GOOD GOVERNANCE IMPORTANT?
Good governance is important for several reasons. It not only gives the community
confidence in its council, but improves the faith that elected members and officers have
in their own local government and its decision-mak
AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY STUDY GUIDE
-long history of isolationism
-cash and carry
-required nations at war to buy U.S. products in cash, at U.S.
-British act of appeasement; Hitler promised not to seek more
Measuring Domestic Output
and National Income
A. Short-Answer, Essays, and Problems
1. Of what use is national income accounting to economists and to policy makers?
2. Define GDP and its characteristics.
3. What is the definition of GDP? How wou
The Images contained within this presentation are with the permission of the
Community College of Rhode Island and are for the exclusive use of this On
Line CCRI class.
The materials on this course web site are only for the use of st
Practice Problems ch 1
Practice Problems ch 1
1. Refer to the above graphs. Assume that pizza is measured in slices and beer in pints. In which of the graphs is
the opportunity cost of a pint of beer equal to one slice of pizza?
A. graph A
Allocation of Resources
The study of how a society allocates their
scarce resources to satisfy their unlimited
Allocation of Resources
25 September 2013
Over the years criminologists have been looking at victims as weak and
people that have been in the wrong place at the wrong time. But in recent years
criminologists are looking at
COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND
LIBA 1010 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE
Professor: Anne Marie Marge
e-mail: [email protected] 825-2322
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION SYLLABUS
The philosophy of this course is to integrate knowledge common to
work and to study. T
Microeconomics I, IUPNA
Chapter 7. Competitive Markets: Applications
1. Let us assume that the US gasoline market has the following demand and supply curves
Qd = 10 0.5Pd
Qs = -2 + Ps when Ps 2 and Qs = 0 when Ps < 2,
where quantities represen
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or
answers the question.
1) Beadle and Tatum proposed the one gene-one enzyme concept. In its original form, this
hypothesis could now