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POL 2103 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ester Boserup, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Tim Hutchinson


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Introduction to POL2103B
International Relations
and Global Politics
SECTION A (40% - 5% for each concept/person)
Define and give the significance within the context of the study of international
politics of eight of the following ten concepts or names (in four or five sentences).
Why are these concepts/ names important to the study of international politics?
Mearsheimer
- Professor of politics at
University of Chicago’s Olin
Center for Inquiry into the
Theory and Practice of
Democracy!
- PhD. From Cornell !
- Consultant for the RAND
corporation!
-Member of the Council on
Foreign Relations.
Noah Chomsky
Professor in the Department
of Linguistics and
Philosophy at M.I.T.
Chomsky has written and
lectured widely on linguistics,
philosophy, intellectual
history, contemporary issues,
international affairs and U.S.
foreign policy.
Velazquez
Las Meninas
Woodrow Wilson
The world must
be made safe
for democracy.
E.H. Carr
No science
deserves the
name until it
has acquired
sufficient
humility not to
consider itself
omnipotent,
and to
distinguish the
analysis of
what is from
the aspiration
about what
should be.”
Thomas Hobbes
“In such condition there is no
place for industry, because
the fruit thereof is uncertain:
and consequently no culture
of the earth; no navigation
Morgenthau
Inherent human nature
Neo-Realism-Historical
Oil Crisis (1973) & Vietnam
War (1975)
Waltz
We abstract from any
particular qualities of states
and from all their concrete
connections
Kennedy
Hegemonic Stability Theory
“rise and fall of great powers”
Keohane
Neoliberal, “non-hegemonic
cooperation is possible” after
hegemony, cooperation is
possible without hegemony
since internation regimes
Wallerstein
conceive of a global economy
(not an international
economy), world economy
becomes the basis for and the
object of analysis, the
capitalist world system is
what should be analyzed
Historical analysis: looking at
the development of the
“capitalist world system”
from the 16th century to the
present
Influenced by French
historian Fernand Braudel
and his analysis of the
international trading system
Lenin
Imperialism, 5 stages
David Harvey
Crisis of Capitalism
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