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MCGILLPOLI 341Storrs Mc CallWinter

POLI 341 Chapter Notes -Rent-Seeking, Bush Doctrine, Hegemony

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5 Sep 2013
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Paradox unipolar moment, no serious challengers to american hegemony. Us has won a series of wars dating back to the gulf war, militarily very powerful
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MCGILLPOLI 341Storrs Mc CallWinter

POLI 341 Lecture Notes - Structural Adjustment, Human Capital, Status Quo

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5 Sep 2013
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What role might the gulf states play in the emerging. The economic trajectory of rapid economic growth followed by slowdown was triggered by the differ
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Railways Act 1921, Kenneth Waltz

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17 Apr 2013
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Poli 243 international politics of economic relations. Theoretical approach"s to intl" politics applied to varied current events. Essay question coveri
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysian Ringgit, Arbitrage

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5 Apr 2013
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Critical turning point in what the international political economy looks like. Cold war ends not with great bloodshed but with a fizzle. Soviet union h
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Brian Mulroney, Free Trade, Free-Trade Area

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18 Mar 2013
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Tied to the international economy; large proportion of economic activity of gdp is related to trade one way or another. Canada is going to be concerned
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Classical Marxism, Overproduction, Underconsumption

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18 Mar 2013
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Marx criticized liberal policies by claiming they failed to deliver promised results. What i am observing is not really voluntary exchange. When land w
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Cuban Missile Crisis, Massive Retaliation, Rational Agent

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18 Mar 2013
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States may be pursuing many policies at once, may be contradictory. Subsidize tobacco farmers whilst other parts of government oppose tobacco. Internal
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Foreign Trade Of The United States

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18 Mar 2013
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Why are people opposed to free trade when it is ostensibly beneficial. Assumes factors may move from one application to another with ease, at no cost.
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: World Trade Organization, Unemployment Benefits, Opec

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18 Mar 2013
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Lecture 8: the domestic or national level1/30/2012 8:41:00 am. Opening the black box examples of domestic-level theories. Culture: why did germany star
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Comparative Advantage, In Country

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18 Mar 2013
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The wealth of nations: different people have different capacities to produce and to increase aggregate output, specialization is required. Efficiency a
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MCGILLPOLI 341Storrs Mc CallFall

Austin Reading.docx

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16 Mar 2013
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Law (properly so called) is understood as something set by political superiors to political inferiors. How legal significance will follow is through a
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Investment, General Agreement On Tariffs And Trade, Protectionism

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16 Mar 2013
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Despite similar starting points in 1945, several countries have attained different results. Difference in how they thought about trade in development s
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MCGILLPOLI 243Mark BrawleyWinter

POLI 243 Lecture Notes - Consequentialism, Deontological Ethics, Theocracy

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15 Mar 2013
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Moral philosophy is a way to systematize our moral thinking. This is equivalent to asking a question of how should we live or what should we do. A nice
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MCGILLPHIL 348Storrs Mc CallFall

PHIL 348 Lecture Notes - Joel Feinberg, Harm Principle

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8 Mar 2013
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The harm principle is by and large an empty formula that requires supplementation to determine the relative importance in conflicting interests. The ha
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