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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Consequentialism

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26 Mar 2020
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A few days before the us went in, a suicide bomber had died, a military man, captain. Johnson, a van hurtled toward the checkpoint, johnson told them t
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Class Consciousness

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26 Mar 2020
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The poor, marginalized at home and abroad, are disproportionately affected by global warming especially in the early stages. Radical greens are not onl
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Philosophical Realism

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26 Mar 2020
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Important to make distinction between political liberalism and philosophical realism. Philosophical liberalism combined with neorealist theories explai
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Radical Feminism, Scientific Method, Masculinity

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26 Mar 2020
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Appeasement

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26 Mar 2020
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Fair to state that south korea is a miracle - economically and politically because it is a dynamic pluralistic multi party government. South korea is n
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Neoliberalism, Complex Interdependence, Classical Liberalism

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26 Mar 2020
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Both classical liberalism and neoliberalism look at issues of war and peace among others but differ on levels of analysis. Group of 77, agenda setting,
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Post-Structuralism, Eurocentrism, Securitization

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26 Mar 2020
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They talk a lot about identity which includes name, physical attributes, communal identities, etc. They focus on change in international relations, as
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Post-Structuralism

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26 Mar 2020
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Main scholars: foucault, r blieker, derderian, derrida. If we rely on the objectivity of observations, we could be mistaken in what we believe to be ex
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: International Humanitarian Law

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26 Mar 2020
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Looks at multiple international actors (states, transnational actors, etc) Looks at diplomats and states persons who impact the policy. Recognizes the
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: 1997 Asian Financial Crisis, The Communist Manifesto, Radical Change

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26 Mar 2020
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Early 1990"s fukuyama with collapse of ussr declared end of history and democratic capitalism is triumphant. Then the 1998 east asian economic crisis s
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hard Power, Geopolitics, Hubris

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26 Mar 2020
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Highly qualitative, attributes that are universal in nature, multicultural. Based on collective wisdom of policy makers and decision makers. Human natu
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GWUPSC 2440David Dickson Spring

PSC 2440 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: January 30, Nuclear Proliferation, Hard Power

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26 Mar 2020
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Security issues can best be understood from the level of the international system. Neorealism is analysis on one level, where classical is multilevel a
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Shortwave Radiation, Atmospheric Circulation, Plate Tectonics

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26 Mar 2020
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Physical and biological characteristics of places - rainfall, temperature, vegetation - are critical to the transformation of regions as they provide c
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Precious Metal, Atmospheric Circulation, Social Inequality

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26 Mar 2020
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Climate: determined by global atmospheric circulation - equatorial low and subtropical. Itcz - rainforest, rapid growth - 1. 5 - 2m of rain annually hi
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Economic Geography, Electrical Engineering, Core Countries

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26 Mar 2020
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Late 1700s - new regional geographies emerge. They were previously based in kingdoms and empires. That system is gradually replaced with enlightenment
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sun Belt, List Of Industrial Regions, Deindustrialization

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26 Mar 2020
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Canada - mainly primary sector growth, not highly industrialized until recently. A staples economy - one based on natural resources that are basically
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Inuit

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26 Mar 2020
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sub-Saharan Africa, African Diaspora, Emancipation Proclamation

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26 Mar 2020
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European idea that continues to affect their relationship with africa. Cradle of humankind - evidence of human origins nearly 2 million years ago. Deve
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anti-Imperialism, Geopolitics, World-Systems Theory

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26 Mar 2020
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Hegemony - refers to domination over the world economy, exercised - through a combination of economic, military, financial, and cultural. The colonizat
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: French-Based Creole Languages, Great Lakes

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26 Mar 2020
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Cajun culture - acadians came from new brunswick & nova scotia to louisiana in 1764. A creole is a descendent from the french or spanish settlers of th
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Black British, Baby Boom, Immigration

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26 Mar 2020
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Series of riots starting in 1981 that have continued over the years. They were the first large scale racial confrontations between black british youth
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Final: GEOG Final Exam Review

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26 Mar 2020
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GWUGEOG 2120Declan CullenSpring

GEOG 2120 Midterm: World Regional Geography Midterm Study Guide

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26 Mar 2020
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Human geography deals with the spatial organization of human activity and people"s relationship with their environments. Physical geography the charact
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Al-Qaeda, Dirty Bomb

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26 Mar 2020
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Who: perpetrators are non-government actors ( a few definitions include state actors) Who: targets are innocents/civilians/non-combatants (sometimes in
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Human Capital

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26 Mar 2020
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November 1, 2016 policy lessons for national leaders class thirteen. Leaders should have a vision - an aspirational vision of a country that works for
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Resource Consumption, Deglobalization, Brexit

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26 Mar 2020
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2015 - 7. 3 billion people, increasing 83 million per year. Better access to clean water, food, and health care longer life spans. 1900 - 31 years, 201
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ethnic Conflict

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26 Mar 2020
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November 1, 2016 intrastate conflict part one class twelve. Used as a synonym for intra-state conflict, civil war. Ethnic conflict is inherent in multi
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Unification Of Germany, Italian Unification, Crimean War

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26 Mar 2020
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Europe and the peace of westphalia (1648) Treaty ended wars of religion and hegemony. Ended thirty years war in central europe. Ended eighty years war
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Korean War, Human Capital, Radicalization

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26 Mar 2020
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Economically weakened, need for reconstruction at home. Diminished authority in colonies, some still determined to hold on. Portuguese colonies and isl
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Democracy Promotion, Prospect Theory, Information Processing

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26 Mar 2020
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Three main levels: individual, state, international system. Human nature: evil, greed, passion, self preservation, etc. Decisionmaking dynamics: inform
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, Threshold Test Ban Treaty, Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty

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26 Mar 2020
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Fusion (hydrogen or thermonuclear ), never used in battle. Largest nuclear weapon test: castle bravo at bikini atoll. Us and ussr, limited tests to 150
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Nuclear Arms Race, Nixon Doctrine, Cultural Revolution

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26 Mar 2020
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Weimar Republic, Multi-Party System, Economic Collapse

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26 Mar 2020
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Weak mechanism (league of nations) and no balancer (us) Society: intense emphasis on ethnic and racially based nationalism. Shifted to winning side dur
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Human Capital, Humanitarian Intervention, Hegemony

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26 Mar 2020
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Ability to get others to do what they otherwise would not do. Difficult to know the intentions/reasons of others. Scholars/analysts therefore focus on
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Preventive War, Economic Nationalism, Nuclear Arms Race

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26 Mar 2020
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Human consequences: 15 mil soldiers, 26-34 mil civilians. Many killed indirectly due to governmental collapse: starvation, lack of medical care. Empire
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture 11: class eleven

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26 Mar 2020
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Still anarchic, security still matters, states must provide for their own security, power still matters (military, economic, political) Us nic: there i
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Offensive Realism, Dependency Theory, Gender Empowerment

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26 Mar 2020
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Common usage: theories often regarded as hypotheses and speculation. Theory: a well developed, inter-connected set of ideas and propositions about how
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture 1: Discussion Section Notes

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26 Mar 2020
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Anarchy is a permissive condition to war, to understand conflict we must understand the conditions that make it possible. Constructivism: identities, i
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Chapter 4: readings week four

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26 Mar 2020
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Oil embargo on japan- meant to not be a full embargo, hardliners (secretary of state) cut off all oil. Japanese navy planned to attack, never got appro
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GWUIAFF 1005Michael BrownWinter

IAFF 1005 Lecture 5: readings week five

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26 Mar 2020
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Wwii settlement had extensive use of multilateral institutions to organize a wide range of postwar relations. American leaders enthusiastic about nucle
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