Wk 3: Monday The Rational Actor Model
What are the key assumptions of the RAM?
- That you will get the best possible outcome
I told you about how I used the Rational Actor Model to find my perfect apartment in Prague.
Now, it's your turn to describe a tim
World War I (1914 1919)
Ottoman empire shrinks after WWI
WWI winners want the regions the Ottomans lost
Syria & Lebanon controlled by France after WWI
British controlled Iraq, Palestine, and Trans-Jordan after WWI
Great Britain promised Arab peoples
Wk 13: Monday Is Intl Law Even Law?
What are the key differences between domestic and international law?
They key differences between domestic and international laws are:
Domestic Laws only apply within a state, and they only apply to those
Wk. 12 Monday Asymmetrical Enemies
What is asymmetrical warfare, and why do people choose it?
When has it been practiced historically?
Wk. 12 Wed. Countering Terrorism
What is terrorism?
Generally, how can a great power, like the U.S., counter this form
Wk 14: Mon The Logic of Markets
What is autarky?
Why do states trade?
In your opinion, when one country (e.g. Switzerland) is better than another (e.g.
France) at producing multiple goods (e.g. cheese and chocolate), should the two countrie
INTL WK 11
Non-Proliferation Treaty (1970)
1. Nuclear states promise to reduce their weapons
2. Those without weapons should not built them, except:
a. India first to develop to defend against Pakistan
b. Pakistan developed them in response to India havi
Wk 10. Mon. Israel-Arab
What factors do you think best explain each of the armed conflicts between 1948 and
1973 from the Israeli perspective?
From the Israeli perspective, they might have seen the Arab invaders as another group of people
who wanted to p
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INTL 3200 INTRO TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Fall 2016 Syllabus
MWF PARK 115 10:10-11:00
Office Location & Hours
M & W 11:15-12:00 and by
The main goal of this course is to provide studen
INTL 1100 E INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL ISSUES (ONLINE)
SUMMER SHORT SESSION I
JUNE 5TH THROUGH JUNE 29TH 2017
Instructor: Leah Carmichael
Teaching Assistants: Jeffrey Auerbach, Austin Doctor, & Young Sang
If you have any q
INTL 3300: Introduction to Comparative Politics
University of Georgia, Department of International Affairs
Course Instructor Information:
Carolin Maney Purser
Email: [email protected]
Office: Candler Hall 327
Course Meeting Information
Changing Lanes or Stuck in the
Middle: Why Are Anocracies
More Prone to Civil Wars?
Political Research Quarterly
2010 University of Utah
Reprints and permission:
THE CINGRANELLI-RICHARDS (CIRI)
HUMAN RIGHTS DATA PROJECT
Dataset Principal Investigators:
DAVID L. CINGRANELLI, Ph.D.
Dept. of Political Science
Binghamton University, SUNY
DAVID L. RICHARDS, Ph.D.
Dept. of Political Science &
Cultural Relativism and Universal Human Rights
Author(s): Jack Donnelly
Source: Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 6, No. 4 (Nov., 1984), pp. 400-419
Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/762182
Are There Natural Human Rights? - The New York Times
61;: New ntkimes
The Opinion Pages
Are There Natural Human Rights?
By Michael Boylan May 29, 2011 5:30 pm
This has been a year of uprisings. The series of popular revolts, struggles
The Decision to Repress
The Decision to Repress:
An lntegrative TheOretical Approach tO
the Research on Human Rights and
Steven C. Poe
much more parsimonious and easier to comprehend. Second, I will demonstrate
that the model can p
Third World Quarterly
Reclaiming and Rebuilding the History of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Author(s): Susan Waltz
Source: Third World Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 3 (Jun., 2002), pp. 437-448
Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Repression of the Human Right to Personal Integrity Revisited: A Global Cross-National
Study Covering the Years 1976-1993
Author(s): Steven C. Poe, C. Neal Tate and Linda Camp Keith
Source: International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 43, No. 2 (Jun., 1999), pp.
Human Rights in
Rhona K M.Smdth
. lntroduction 59
. Historical Evolution
of lnternational Human Righs Law 59
Sources of lnternational Human Rights
. Monitoring and Enforcing
. Conclusion 73
International Human R
Measuring Human Rights: Principle, Practice, and Policy
Author(s): Todd Landman
Source: Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 26, No. 4 (Nov., 2004), pp. 906-931
Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/20069767 .
22 March 2016
Territorial claims and access are at the heart of countless international interests. For this
reason, territory is often the source of international conflict. States make territorial claims in
2 February 2016
International organizations seek to promote peace throughout the international
community by means of the space that they often provide to discuss a variety of issues. While
the memberships of interna
19 April 2016
International environmental law is some of the most cooperative international legislation,
as it must tackle issues that are truly global in nature. While some states may contribute
1. What are greenhouse gases, and what key instrument is in place to address it?
2. What is ozone depletion and what key instrument is in place to address it?
3. What is biodiversity and what key instrument is in plac
What rights constitute human rights law? *
Where are human rights addressed in international law? Please mention all the significant
Is it justified to intervene in another state to ensure human right
What are the ICCs? *
What does international law say about genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes,
and crimes of aggression? *
How might the ICC need to be reformed for the U.S. to support it? *
3 types of courts
Intl Law Class Notes 3/29
What do states do about criminal acts committed by foreign individs. in another state (i.e.
info-sharing and extraditions)? *
How do states cooperate to address criminal acts that are international in nature (
Explain to me how econ growth should work? *
What econ factors caused the Great Depression worldwide? *
What was the Bretton Woods Conference, and how did it attempt to solve conflict? *
Which 3 international orga