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Intro to IAFF Final
Sell Fall 2013 Exam Study Guide
Terms in this set (42)
Responsibility to protect; theory that outside powers may intervene to stop regimes from abusing their own citizens
A strategy in which states join forces with the stronger side in a conflict
insincerity by virtue of pretending to have qualities or beliefs that you do not really have
exposing US _ decreases soft power
a condition in which the global system has a single dominant power or hegemon capable of prevailing over all other states
Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism
UN Declaration of Human of Rights
Julian Assauge created the worlds first stateless news org
Naming and Shaming
Opportunity costs of humanitarian intervention
Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement
Thick stakeholder consensus
What is the role of international organizations on human rights issues?
What is a "failed state" and under what conditions might it provide a challenge to the international community?
Do moral arguments have a place in the conduct of international affairs? If so, why? If not, why not? Should they?
Disturbing reports of impending genocide currently are coming out of the Central African Republic. Drawing upon the cases of Rwanda, Somalia, Darfur, and Libya what advice would you give to US policymakers about this situation?
Why is humanitarian intervention often controversial in international relations? What kind of challenge does it pose to traditional understandings of sovereignty?
To what extent is humanitarian intervention effective? Be sure to develop your argument using specific examples.
To what extent are Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya likely to stabilize going forward? What kinds of impact has US intervention had on these countries? What lessons, if any, of these cases might apply to the case of Syria?
If the United States is declining as the world's hegemon, how does this affect prospects for peace and cooperation in international politics?
How does the rise of China affect international politics? Explain.
What kinds of states commit to the International Criminal Court and why? How do standards of evidence and information affect domestic human rights implementation?
What is the role of institutions in international politics? Draw upon Keohane and specific topic authors to evaluate the effectiveness (or lack of effectiveness) of institutions. Choose TWO of the following topics to discuss: war, trade/finance, development, humanitarian intervention, the Internet, international law and human rights. Be sure to outline both the general and specific mechanisms that institutions use to exert political influence.
Who are the dominant actors in international politics today?
Is it possible to overcome the anarchic nature of the international system? Should we expect international politics to resemble the intensely competitive period prior to the end of the Cold War? Or, do you think that international politics has fundamentally changed and we can expect a peaceful world? To answer this question, you must:
(1) describe anarchy and its role in international politics; (2) choose three of the following 6 factors to discuss in reference to anarchy:
(1) nuclear proliferation (2) liberalism and democracy (3) Trade and Interdependence (4) International Organizations (5) Normative change (6) Devolution of the state as the main actor in international politics
What roles do norms and identity play in world politics? Do you think norms and identity bring about fundamental changes in anarchic structure of the world? Be sure to include discussion of specific issues including uses of force, humanitarian intervention, human rights, embedded liberalism, etc.
What are the key differences between realism, liberalism, and constructivism in how they understand international politics and concepts such as anarchy and sovereignty? Discuss and illustrate with an empirical example.
To what extent does it still make sense to think of the international system as a system of sovereign states? In answering the question discuss the following topics: the globalization of finance; international trade; humanitarian intervention; and terrorism.
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