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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Persian Cossack Brigade, Messianic Judaism, Iranian Red Crescent Society

Modern iran chapter 3 continuity and change under the qajars. Aghu mohammad khan led tribal forces, took over much of iran > assassinated in 1797. Stat
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Kenneth Waltz, Structural Dynamics, Great Power

Address how unipolarity contributes to explaining a time w/ low politics where there"s room for reforms both internationally and w/in states. Determine
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UCLAPOL SCI 20Leslie JohnsSpring

POL SCI 20 Chapter Notes -Free Trade, Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, Absolute Advantage

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Mercantilism: an economic doctrine based on a belief that military power and economic influence are compliments; applied especially to colonial empires
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Washington Consensus

Theory and system in understanding middle east international politics. Attuned to the nuance"s of the region"s politics, and sought to use theoretical
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UCLAPOL SCI 10D.panagiaFall

POL SCI 10 Chapter Notes - Chapter Plato Chapter's 5-7: Glucagon

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They agree (glucagon and socrates) but wonder if this could actually be possible to implement. Socrates argues that philosophers should be rulers becau
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Stateless Society, Nomothetic, Transnationalism

Great powers intervene in small states and small states w/ one another. Difficult to analyze: non-intervention can be twisted forms of intervention, di
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UCLAPOL SCI 40Chris TausanovitchFall

POL SCI 40 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Intellectual Disability, School Prayer, Reproductive Rights

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Sometimes, individuals believe an authority like the police or congress abridges an established freedom. Greatest ad(cid:448)a(cid:374)(cid:272)e i(cid
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UCLAPOL SCI 40Chris TausanovitchFall

POL SCI 40 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: 6 Years, Montesquieu, Caving

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Textbook: chapter 2 the constitution (page 39-54) (1780) continental army, the revolutionary force in the us revolution almost collapsed. Deaths, surre
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UCLAPOL SCI 40Chris TausanovitchFall

POL SCI 40 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Joseph Gurney Cannon, Connecticut Compromise, Gerrymandering

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Textbook: chapter 6 congress (pages 214 241) Disagreements make reaching a budget deal/bill very difficult. House and senate = center stage in national
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nuclear Proliferation, Marc Trachtenberg, Gunboat Diplomacy

Based around a general form of nonintervention > when it doesn"t apply. Instead here it means the use of force when a line has been crossed. Clinton ad
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Iranian Red Crescent Society, Economic Mobility, Ulama

Modern iran chapter 2: foundations of 19th c. iran. Best fighting forces (tribes), central: cannons and trained artillery. Qajar relied on tribal armie
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UCLAPOL SCI 20Leslie JohnsSpring

POL SCI 20 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Thai Baht, North American Free Trade Agreement, World Politics

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Chapter 8 international monetary relations outline. Woods system, or europe"s economic and monetary union, can create rules that facilitate cooperation
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