1.) U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger worried about the lack of focus in interdependent world. What critique of multipolarity from Kenneth Waltz echoes that concern?
2.) Morgentha said the great world powers are also the great industrial and manufacturing powers. What then does national security mean for the United States, according to Leffler?
3.) What characteristic of the international system at the end of World War II would help explain why, according to Leffler, U.S. officials regarded "all Communist parties as tools of the Kremlin"?
4.) Protectionism is a policy that seeks to restrain international trade and support local business and jobs. How, according to Spero and Hart, did a similar policy after World War I contribute to the collapse of the economic system and peace?
5.) Describe an alternative to the Washington Consensus that could emerge should economic and national power forecasts prove accurate?
1.1) Singer says we must always be aware of the risk of over-complicating the issue. We must therefore settle on a vision of reality that is what?
2.2) Why does Waltz make the case that realism is only true theory of international relations and what level of analysis most closely aligns with that?
3.3) The actions of a unit in a particular system according to the realist tradition are based on what three ambitions toward power, according to Morgenthau?
4.4) Rousseau warns that social contracts leaves mankind weakened can potentially lead to inequality. What's his "true contract."?
5.5) Nietzsche said the ruling group determines the good. What aspect from Plato's Republic aligns with this line of thought as it relates to justice?