UA POL 202 - Preventive War against Iraq (4 pages)

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Chapter Two


Lecture number:
4
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Arizona
Course:
Pol 202 - International Relations

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POL 202 Int Relations Lecture 4 Outline of Last Lecture I Cold War Ends A Ronald Raegan takes office B Mikhail Grobachev takes power in USSR in 1985 C Worldwide Economic Developments D New Diplomatic Changes II Post Cold War 1991 Present a Interests b Interactions c Institutions d What will shape our world in the future e American Predominance and Challenges to it Outline of Current Lecture I Preventive War against Iraq II Important Questions a Why do state leaders make certain decisions i Interests ii Interactions iii Institutions b Actors and Interests i State ii The concept of Sovereignty iii States as actors iv Origins of interest c Interactions i What actors have to do ii Strategy iii Understanding III IV Methods of Gene Regulation at the Translational Level Introduction to Mutations Current Lecture I Preventive War against Iraq a March 19 2003 the US launched a preventive war against Iraq i Tensions high since invaded Kuwait in 1990 b The US led to a coalition of the willing into Iraq despite failing to get authorization from the UN Security Council II Important questions a Why do states and leaders make certain decisions i Interests actors want to bring about some goal fundamental building blocks of politics ii Interactions to actors take decisions to bring about some outcome 1 Cooperation two or more actors working together to achieve a referred outcome a Depends on number and size of actors number of interactions the accuracy of info 2 Bargaining an interaction involving thr distribution pf a fixed value iii Institutions set of rules 1 Facilitate cooperation 2 Lower cost of decision making 3 Bias policy outcomes iv Interests What actors want from politics 1 What actors want to achieve through political action 2 Ex US wanted to prevent the use of chemical weapons in the Middle East 3 Three categories of interest a Power or security b Economic or material welfare c Ideological goals d The categories of interest roughly divide into three traditional schools i



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