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UTSGPOL340Y1Joseph BryantFall

Lecture 11.doc

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24 Apr 2012
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Ex) country x sent a tank into country y on the basis that it owned the territory country x put a bunch of kids in front of a military site disguised a
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UTSGPOL340Y1Joseph BryantFall

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sharia, Dalton Mcguinty, Mumtaz Ali

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24 Apr 2012
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A muslim lawyer announced the creation of an institution of family law based on. On the one hand, sharia law treats women in a discriminatory, negative
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UTSGPOL340Y1Joseph BryantFall

Lecture 9.doc

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24 Apr 2012
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Thomas hobbes (1588-1679); forms a foundation that is built upon by, Life is solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short, a war of every man against ever
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UTSGPOL340Y1Joseph BryantFall

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Jus Ad Bellum, Hors De Combat, Collective Punishment

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24 Apr 2012
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Laws of war just war doctrine: jus ad bellum (when, jus in bello (how) Moral discourse (ethics) informs the legal discourse (law) The principles of jus
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UTSGPOL340Y1Joseph BryantFall

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: United Nations Trusteeship Council

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24 Apr 2012
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We lost our bid for the security council seat. An organ of the un: one of six. Icj, secretariat (made u p of individuals rather than states) Issues dec
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UTSGPOL340Y1Joseph BryantFall

Lecture 3.doc

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24 Apr 2012
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Good sources/lame sources (not all sources are created the same) The best jurisprudential sources are supreme court decisions rendered yesterday (the m
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UTSGPOL340Y1Joseph BryantFall

Lecture 2.doc

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24 Apr 2012
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Rights are presented as being individual, absolute, and free from implying responsibility, neglect of civil society the american version of rights talk
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UTSGPOL340Y1Joseph BryantFall

POL340Y1 Lecture Notes - Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences

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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersWinter

Lecture 14.doc

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2 Apr 2012
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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersWinter

Lecture 13.doc

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2 Apr 2012
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Individual is subordinate to group tyranny of the majority"s happiness. Building an airport in this location would be a good thing, but it requires ste
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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersFall

Lecture 9.doc

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2 Apr 2012
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Write about the french revolution: he was vehemently against the revolution. On the other hand, he was for the american revolution. The glorious revolu
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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersFall

Lecture 7.doc

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2 Apr 2012
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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersFall

Lecture 5.doc

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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersFall

Lecture 2.doc

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2 Apr 2012
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The dover translation of hegel is not the best. Contradictions/tensions in rousseau"s text reflect the same of the 18th century. He is the father of ro
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UTSGPOL320Y1Simone ChambersFall

Lecture 1.doc

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2 Apr 2012
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Modern political thought in the 18th and 19th centuries european thought. It"s called modern political thought not because its new (modern does not equ
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

Lecture 2.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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Every since 1648 (the treaty of westphalia) states recognize that national survival is the most important objective. 100 years later, the idea of the b
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Lecture 17.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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Ronald reagan replaces carter as the second cold war begins. Ronald reagan understood the potential of the american economy; he was a capitalist, democ
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Lecture 16.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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In the 70s, salt ii is agreed upon by carter and brezhnev. No matter how many problems and loopholes, the negotiations still went on. They achieved a c
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisSummer

Lecture 15.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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D tente = trade agreements, equal spheres of influence, recognition of nuclear parity nevertheless there were problems . In washington, there were crit
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Lecture 14.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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Cold war tensions were difficult to overcome each side saw the other as an enemy (superpower competition) Regional conflicts played a crucial role in h
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Lecture 13.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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By the early 1960s, the image of freedom fighter america was undermined by the. The vietnam war almost single handedly sinked american prestige. The we
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

Lecture 12.doc

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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

Lecture 10.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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Today we return to political developments, picking up from the german question and berlin issue. The issue of berlin is the central/symbolic piece of c
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisWinter

Lecture 8.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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Khrushchev a new policy: capitalism and communism can co-exist (opposite to. This idea culminates in 1955 at the geneva conference none of the goals we
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

Lecture 9.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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It was not just military or political; it covered every facet of life: economic, military, social and political. No field was untouched by the cold war
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

Lecture 5.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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Demise of european colonialism (turnover in a political system that lasted for a century and a half comes to an end after wwii). These empires are lost
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisSummer

Lecture 4.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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The impact of american programs to secure the western system: truman document (to reduce communist influence) and the marshall plan (sinister american
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

Lecture 3.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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Last 2 classes: meltdown of the grand alliance. Yalta: all three powers made an effort to remain in cooperation and defeat germany (balance between nat
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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

Lecture 1.doc

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30 Mar 2012
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We will be looking at the emergence of international institutions (after the 2nd world war) and their impact on the international world order, economic
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Political Economy, Economic Sanctions, Mukden Incident

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5 Dec 2011
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Covenant of the league is the treaty of versailles. Every state that signs the treaty becomes a member of the league of nations. Canada becomes a membe
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Laurier Liberals, Laurier House, Roaring Twenties

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5 Dec 2011
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Mackenzie king was the lucky beneficiary of the politics of the 1st world war. In politics, it"s impossible to maintain a high level of tension for lon
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Imperial War Cabinet, David Lloyd George, Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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5 Dec 2011
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Byng cuire canadian corps (cef) party of bef. In germany, there is a disposition to believe that conferences are not going to go well so in june 1914,
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Imperial War Cabinet, David Lloyd George, Bonar Law

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5 Dec 2011
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During wwi, canada became a huge exporter of ammunition and pro. During wwi, the idea that canada was a developing country was reversed . Canada and br
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS311 Lecture 15 - Bothwell

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5 Dec 2011
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Queen victoria on throne for 64 years most canadians had not lived under any other monarch. The royal families of europe were inter-linked: queen victo
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Corn Laws, Protectionism, Industrial Revolution

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4 Dec 2011
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Because the empire is expanding in all sorts of directions political incoherence. Empire is divided in terms of system of government (na colonies of se
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Lower Canada, Midwestern United States

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4 Dec 2011
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1814 treaty of ghent; 1817 rush-bahgot agreement; 1818 boundary convention. Some of the boundary issues had been dealt with in 1812: the nova scotia/ma
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Quebec Act, Appeasement, Lower Canada

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4 Dec 2011
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War involving france, spain, poland, britain and the united states. Nova scotia has same structures of government as the colonies to the south. It is s
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Yellow Fever, Urban Renewal, Arson

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4 Dec 2011
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In 1802, peace was made between the french republic and the united kingdom in the french revolutionary wars by the treaty of amiens. Napoleon bonaparte
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Virtual Representation, Intolerable Acts

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4 Dec 2011
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On one side, east/west florida, quebec; the rest (including nova scotia) had the same kind of government made up of 3 legislative institutions: the ass
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UTSGHIS102Y1Robert BothwellFall

HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Protestantism

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4 Dec 2011
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Two french colonies: new france + acadia; they have 12-13 000 inhabitants at the beginning of the 18th century. In 1700, the british colonies included:
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