Class Notes (1,100,000)
CA (650,000)
UTSG (50,000)
HIS (3,000)
HIS344Y1 (100)
Lecture 1

HIS344Y1 Lecture 1: Course Administration and Introduction


Department
History
Course Code
HIS344Y1
Professor
Vasilis Dimitriadis
Lecture
1

This preview shows half of the first page. to view the full 2 pages of the document.
Give own opinion
Cover page
12 times new roman
Chicago
Why important
Bibliography if outside forces
Cite pages of document
Docs in short term loan - john graham
Any external docs have to deal with IR, foreign policy, war/peace, and
post-WW2
Document analysis
4 questions
Choose 1
Midterm will be held in class for 50 minutes
Don't have to have primary sources
Essay
Intro
Rules were set up that continue to be followed
Sole entity that can set up foreign policy is the state - no individual, queen,
king, etc.
Treaty of Westphalia
Borders identified
Avoid future conflicts and misunderstandings
Removal of religion
Secularization
Austrian
Spanish
Division of Habsburg Empire
Westphalian system
A few exceptions - Korean War, Japan WW2, Middle East
All wars were concluded with peace treaties
Not effective at guaranteeing safety / wellbeing of continent
1648 - Birth of IR
Maintenance of BoP
Never put into a peace treaty until this time
Still not enough at preventing war
1715 Ultret Include critical statement in War of Spanish Succession
Emergence of nationalism
Russia
Austria
Prussia
Serious Grand Alliance --> kept up in times of peace
Napoleonic Wars
1. Course Administration and Introduction
September 12, 2018
5:00 PM
LECTURE Page 1
You're Reading a Preview

Unlock to view full version