Class Notes for POL208Y1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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POL208Y1 Final: Complete and Comprehensive 40 Page Exam Study Guide Fall 2015

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POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Falklands War, Football War, Kargil War

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Pol208y1 - lecture 10 war and domestic politics ii. Why do states resort to warfare as a means to achieve their goals: Risk-return tradeoff: between ge
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UTSGPOL208Y1JurgensonFall

POL208Y1 Lecture 9: War and Domestic Politics

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Pol208y1 lecture 9 war and domestic politics. 1972: salt i & abmt: strategic arms limitation talk (salt i) Recognition that mutually assured destructio
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POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Berlin Blockade, Collective Responsibility, Satellite

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Pol208y1 lecture 8 the cold war. Beginnings: from alliance to adversaries: u. s. v. ussr. Efforts made by allies to remove active members of the former
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POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Wilsonianism, Protection Racket, Protecting Power

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POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Nuclear Arms Race, Neoliberalism, Brinkmanship

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Pol208y1 - lecture 6 rational choice and game theory. Rational choice: rationality, rational choice theory says that humans and states are rational act
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UTSGPOL208Y1JurgensonFall

POL208Y1 Lecture 1: Introduction

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Different approaches and philosophical assumptions about politics and the state: politics was thought of as theology (radial texts) and philosophy (max
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POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Francis Fukuyama, Ernst Haas, Perpetual Peace

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POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mercantilism, Middle Ages, Bourgeoisie

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Pol208y1 - lecture 5 mercantilism, marxism, dependency and world systems. Goal of economic activity is building a strong state - gold or trade surplus.
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POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lybia, W. M. Keck Observatory, Security Dilemma

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2 reason why the u. s. was upset with fidel castro of cuba: he damaged the investments of important u. s. clients, large numbers of clients had investm
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POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Berlin Blockade, Collective Responsibility, Satellite

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Pol208y1 lecture 8 the cold war. Beginnings: from alliance to adversaries: u. s. v. ussr. Efforts made by allies to remove active members of the former
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UTSGPOL208Y1JurgensonFall

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fred L. Block, Labour Power, Kingdom Of Prussia

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Pol208 - lecture 2 - studying states and the international system of states. Role of science is to dissect reality in order to discover important casua
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UTSGPOL208Y1JurgensonFall

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Wilsonianism, Protection Racket, Protecting Power

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UTSGPOL208Y1JurgensonFall

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Nuclear Arms Race, Neoliberalism, Brinkmanship

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Pol208y1 - lecture 6 rational choice and game theory. Rational choice: rationality, rational choice theory says that humans and states are rational act
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UTSGPOL208Y1JurgensonFall

POL208Y1 Lecture 9: War and Domestic Politics

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Pol208y1 lecture 9 war and domestic politics. 1972: salt i & abmt: strategic arms limitation talk (salt i) Recognition that mutually assured destructio
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UTSGPOL208Y1JurgensonFall

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Falklands War, Football War, Kargil War

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Pol208y1 - lecture 10 war and domestic politics ii. Why do states resort to warfare as a means to achieve their goals: Risk-return tradeoff: between ge
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UTSGPOL208Y1John HainesWinter

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Democratic Peace Theory, Gulf War, Perpetual Peace

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The democratic peace proposition is straight forward, it states: democracies rarely fight each other. Doesn"t say if democracies are less war prone aga
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UTSGPOL208Y1John HainesFall

Realism

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24 Nov 2010
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International relations j week 3: september 28th, 2010. By simplifying reality we try to formulate regularities, patterns, that explain what has happen
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