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Bajpaee, Chietigj Sino US Energy Competition in Africa. Global Policy, 2005 http:/www.globalpolicy.org/component/content/article/198/40248.html Bodomo, Adams. Africa-China relations: Symmetry and Soft Power 2009. http:/www.hku
Final Review: Weeks 6-9
1. Human Rights
2. Civic v. Natural Rights/Negative v. Positive Rights
3. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)
4. Logic of Consequences
5. Logic of Appropriateness
8. Human Rights Revolution
A Global Transition: Taking Coercive Power from the Nation-State
While the nation-state remains a vital actor in global affairs such as economics and
politics, its inherent configuration cannot help but be t
Sample Short Answer Question:
Question: Briefly explain what the Hourglass model is. What does it tell us about the
problem of security in the global system?
Answer: It is the different stages between conflict and cooperation in the global model. It
o Civic rights (variable from nation-state to nation-state; nation-state
o Natural rights are self-evidence and inalienable.
Logic of Appropriateness (defines a basis for decision making biased toward
what social norms deem right r
Global Studies 100A
Final Exam Study Guide
Format: 20 Multiple Choice, 10 Short Answer.
Bring: Scantron, Pencil, Blue Book, Pen.
*WRITE YOUR SECTION NUMBER ON
BOTH YOUR SCANTRON AND BLUE
Content: Cumulative but focus on material
Terms/Concepts You S