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POLI 360 - Lecture (Jan. 19th)

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Political Science
Course Code
POLI 360
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T.V.Paul

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Economic Dimensions of SecurityCold WarAmerican allies benefited enormously from access to American markets in addition to their security relationships Japan and South Korea prospered as development states recognized need for domestic reorganization as well as engaging in developing links with the American economy Therefore sometimes having too much aidresources is a curse receiving too much money abroad results in easy means which creates an uncompetitive unequal economies that are not innovativeEconomic power is needed to maintain military capacity Countries whose economic resources are threatened imperial Japan engage in military action Sanctions are often put forward by economically strong states upon vulnerable states in order to change the target states policies Can be used to deter military aggression in targets Also sometimes used to alleviate human rights violations Sanctions can take the form o
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