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Scenario where cooperation is difficult and everyone ends up worse off
Founder of Constructivism
One strand of Constructivism
Another strand of Constructivism
Assumption agreed on by all traditions
Assumption agreed on by all traditions
Assumption agreed on by all traditions
Assumption agreed on by all traditions
Assumption agreed on by all traditions
Founder of Liberalism
Founder of Liberalism
Thinker of Liberalism
Thinker of Liberalism
The theory that democracies behave a certain way - they don't fight each other
Major proponent of DPT
Major opponent of DPT
Major proponent of institutions
Founder of Realism
Founder of Realism (especially classical/human nature)
Founder of Realism (especially structural)
Thinker of Realism; proponent of offensive realism
Thinker of Realism; proponent of defensive realism
Prediction of Defensive Realism
Prediction of Defensive Realism
Prediction of Defensive Realism
Prediction of Defensive Realism
Prediction of Defensive Realism
Offense/Defense balance depends on: do offensive or defensive _________ have the advantage?
Realist strategy for gaining power (use force)
Realist strategy for gaining power (intimidate and threaten)
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Realist strategy for gaining power (trick 2 rivals into fighting each other)
Realist strategy for gaining power (prolong a war; no nothing as 2 rivals fight)
Realist strategy for checking power (ex. make alliances)
Realist strategy for checking power (let someone else deal with it)
Realist strategy for conceding power (join forces with the threat)
Having 3 or more great powers - state of the system from 1792-1939
Kind of theory that tells you how things should be
Kind of theory that describes how things are
Component of positive theory
Component of positive theory
Level of Analysis
Level of Analysis
Level of Analysis
17th century philosopher; wrote the Leviathan
Four uses of force - ward off an attack, minimize damage, etc
Four uses of force - discourage enemy from taking action
Four uses of force - threaten force to reverse a decision
Four uses of force - showing off
Using defensive force to attack an imminent threat is a ________ strike
Using defensive force to attack a threat that you think will come after you one day is a _______ strike
1648 treaty that created sovereign states
rules agreed between states about how they should behave
1 of 6 DPT logics from the accountability argument
1 of 6 DPT logics from the accountability argument
1 of 6 DPT logics from the accountability argument
1 of 6 DPT logics from the accountability argument
1 of 6 DPT logics from the accountability argument
1 of 6 DPT logics from the accountability argument
Mearsheimer thinks that institutions reflect the _______
Liberalism: 'relative gains not a problem in a _______world'
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Liberalism: 'relative gains don't matter when there is a ____ number of states'
Rosato thinks the definition of democracy by Doyle is too _______
Triple Entente members
Triple Alliance members
Arrangement in which all states cooperate to provide security for all
28th July, 1914 - what spark the outbreak of WWI?
Individual level cause of WWI
Individual level cause of WWI
Domestic level cause of WWI
Domestic level cause of WWI
International level cause of WWI
Treaty ending WWI including a German war-guilt clause
Early 1930s - Japan invades _________
Hitler is elected Chancellor in _____ (year)
Early 1930s - Hitler pulls Germany out of _________
1936 - Germany remilitarizes the _________
Agreement permitting Nazi German annexation of Sudetenland
Avoiding war by making concessions
Non-agression treaty between Germany and the USSR
December 7th, 1941 - Japan attacks _______
Individual level cause of WW2
Domestic level cause of WW2
Domestic level cause of WW2
International level cause of WW2
International level cause of WW2
Policy that the US would support Greece and Turkey, became basis of American foreign policy during the Cold War
US program for rebuilding the economy of Europe
Shock of 1949
Shock of 1949
limited wars outside of main strategic areas between US and USSR
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Individual level cause of Cold War
Individual level cause of Cold War
State level cause of Cold War: ____ vs ___
State level cause of Cold War: ____ vs ____
System level cause of Cold War
Wrote about why the Cold war stayed cold
Nukes: a target with military value
a target of economic resources or population
both sides have 2nd strike capability
Political effect of Nukes
Political effect of Nukes
Political effect of Nukes
Political effect of Nukes
Political effect of Nukes
3 C's of Deterrence
Paradox of Nukes
Paradox of Nukes
Type of Civil War
Type of Civil War
Objective of Civil War
Objective of Civil War
Civil War - security dilemma where _____ has the advantage
__ out of 10 end with negotiations
__ out of 24 produced peace
Type of terrorism done to gain publicity
Type of more aggressive terrorism to coerce opponents
Most aggressive type of terrorism
Cause of militant Islamic terrorism
Cause of militant Islamic terrorism
Cause of militant Islamic terrorism

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