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´╗┐Worldwide Politics POSC 120 Intro to Politics and Political Analysis Braunwarth

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War Sustained, sorted out viciousness between states Causes: Human (smaller scale) variables: Human nature, brain research, misperceptions State or System (full scale) components: National objectives, Imbalance of force

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Key Question: What innovative leaps forward can help us accomplish a more tranquil world request? Moral and Empirical Factors of Modern War: The mortal risk of atomic war The results of routine wars The weight of arms consumptions Dangers of the sovereign country express The war on fear based oppression

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The Mortal Threat of Nuclear War The risk of full scale atomic war has died down. However the United States and the Russian Republic still send approximately thirteen thousand vital atomic weapons amongst them, and we are tormented by atomic expansion. India and Pakistan Iran

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The Consequences of Conventional Wars Human Costs: 87.5 million slaughtered in twentieth c. The Burden of Arms Expenditures World military consumptions in overabundance of $1,035,000,000,000 every year. Absolute expense of the war in Iraq Channels money related assets far from essential human needs: occupations, nourishment, garments, lodging, training, and medicinal consideration.

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Dangers of the Sovereign Nation-State The country state framework obliges nations to secure their national advantages by depending all alone arms. Force is important to seek after one\'s national intrigue No supranational power or worldwide law to settle struggle gently. Basically an arrangement of turmoil National contentions and patriotism have assumed significant parts in activating war.

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The War on Terrorism Unprecedented qualities: It is not a war between states. The transnational way of the enemy makes the extent of the war not as much as clear. Since the September 11 assaults were on American soil and a local disaster, pursuing the war includes a noteworthy new residential security segment.

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Potential Sources of Future Conflict Resentment over the "McWorld" entrepreneur society (Barber) or a "conflict of civic establishments" in which religion is a powerful political power (Huntington) or an opposition for assets, for example, oil or water or blowback from U.S. dominion and militarism (Chalmers Johnson) or a blend of every one of them

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Stoessinger\'s Model No country that started a war in the 20 th century rose a victor Emphasis on the part of pioneers Biggest encouraging component is misperception

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Misperceptions Expectations of brief, conclusive clash Distorted perspectives of foe\'s character Belief that you are going to be assaulted improves probability of war Misperception of enemy\'s energy

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Iraq for instance Was it a speedy, definitive clash? What was Bush\'s perspective of Hussein? Was there a conviction that Iraq was going to assault the U.S.? What was Bush\'s view of Hussein\'s energy?

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Alternative Approaches to a More Peaceful War another parity of force The United Nations\' outsider exercises Collective security Global monetary coordination Nonviolent non military personnel protection We\'ll look at thusly

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A New Balance of Power Will the U.S. remain the sole hegemon or will there be another multi-polar request? Maybe the United States and other territorial units, for example, the European Union, Japan and other Southeast Asian nations, China, and so forth

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The United Nations\' Third-Party Activities More successful utilization of good workplaces, assuagement, examination, intervention, mediation, perception, ceasefire supervision, and most imperative, peacekeeping? Is it accurate to say that this is likely? Is the U.S. prone to concur?

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Collective Security Strengthening the U.N. Aggregate Security arrangements under Chapter VII of the sanction, whereby states to react to an attacker with overpowering power (Wilson, Bush Sr.)

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Global Economic Integration By making states progressively reliant on each other, the expenses of going to war additionally increment. In this way the likelihood of war declines. It is safe to say that this is likely?

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Nonviolent Civilian Defense According to Gene Sharp, peacefulness must be genuinely considered as a method for picking up a more quiet world. Is it viable thought? Practical?

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Questions: If these contrasting options to managing war are deficient, improbable, or undesirable, would you be able to consider others? On the other hand would we say we are destined to the apparently endless cycle of brutality that has tormented our history?

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