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Lecture 2

2014-09-09 - War & Security Part 1
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Department
Political Science
Course
POL1102
Professor
Daniel Pierre- Antoine
Semester
Fall

Description
Sept 8War and securityREADINGSSpiegel et al World Politics in a New Era Chapters 3478This WeekGeneral remarksWar in the modern periodPostwar Cold WarInsecurity in the postCold WarWar A conventional definitionWar is a period of armed hostilities within or between states or other collectivitiesIn war killing and physical destruction are both expected and condoned although the participants are expected to follow the boundaries and constraints established by existing laws and normsAllen Sens and Peter Stoett Global Politics Origins Currents Directions p 189Two basic types of warInternational war interstate warBetween 2 or more statesThe main focus of International RelationsWhat sovereignty should preventWhat the UN should prevent or stopCivil war communal war internal conflictBetween factions ethnic groups etcSometimes after collapse of the government failed stateConnection with humanitarian intervention debateCan lead to international warSecurity a traditional definitionA narrow definitionTwo dimensions
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