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Today. Updates: Kenya and Chad Simulation: your country assignments The Cold War, 1948-1989/91 Causes of the Cold War Cuban Missile Crisis The Victims of the Cold War: Africa, Asia, Latin America End of Cold War. Levels of analysis. Where causes are found:
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Today Updates: Kenya and Chad Simulation: your nation assignments The Cold War, 1948-1989/91 Causes of the Cold War Cuban Missile Crisis The Victims of the Cold War: Africa, Asia, Latin America End of Cold War

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Levels of examination Where causes are discovered: International level of investigation – third picture Domestic level of investigation – second picture Individual level of investigation – first picture

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Realism Neorealism or guarded authenticity International level/third picture Anarchy as a structure of universal governmental issues Power as a way to security Classical authenticity or hostile authenticity Individual level/first picture Human nature Power as an end in itself

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Liberal Institutionalism International level/third picture Interdependence Liberalism Domestic level/second picture Business and other vested parties

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Identity/Idealism Identity viewpoint Focuses on how characters shape worldwide legislative issues Idealism Role of thoughts and standards Constructivism Focuses on how on-screen characters see of their surroundings Transnationalism Role of NGOs/over all levels of investigation

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Keenan's 'long wire' Six focuses (written in 1946, Nau, p. 118/9) Soviet Union was angry. Shakiness drives Soviet animosity and development. Soviet Union will extend its energy internationally. Soviet Union will look for associates abroad. US must contain Soviet development. Triumph will rely on upon enhancing U.S. society (social liberties), not on spreading our majority rule thoughts. Which hypothesis is nearest to Keenan's perspective?

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What brought about the Cold War ?

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Realist record of the Cold War Structural clarification (systemic/third/worldwide level of investigation) The force vacuum in Europe after WWII made a security difficulty and constrained both countries to enter a weapons contest. Established/hostile authenticity (Nau, p. 121): Communism as a worldwide philosophy Capitalism as a worldwide belief system

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Adding atomic weapons MAD – Mutually Assured Destruction The Cuban Missile Crisis Soviet Union: Cuba as what might as well be called Western Europe (near the adversary domain) Soviet Union: Trading Berlin for Cuba Nuclear weapons change world legislative issues by centering consideration on believability , instead of capacity. Danger of aggregate devastation increments. Why the emergency finished Realism: on the grounds that the US debilitated soundly with aggregate pulverization. Liberal institutionalism: exchange of interests (Turkey) Identity/Idealism: nothing but fortunes that both sides woke up

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Why did the Cold War end (gently) ?

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Adding Identity World legislative issues is not just about material capacities, sane interest figuring, and financial reliance. A battle for the estimations of basic mankind Common human survival despite atomic devastation Fundamental battle amongst free enterprise and communism What finished the Cold War? Developing regular structure of comprehension Gorbachev component: shift in philosophies