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Lecture number:
1
Pages:
5
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Texas at Austin
Course:
Gov 312l - Issues and Policies in American Government
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1

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GOV 312L Lecture 1 Outline of Current Lecture I II III IV V VI VII VIII TMFPQ What is foreign policy Key FP Bureaucratic Agencies What is the national interest Why is it significant Introduction to Ethical Reasoning Wilsonianism Realism and Idealism Readings discussion Thursday preview Grand Strategy Current Lecture Woodrow Wilson Conditions of Peace 1918 Speech regarding the end of World War 1 and how we can achieve world peace Talks about how Russia and most of the other European countries have taken to open discussions on how to achieve peace with only the central empire not being as transparent Asked whether the central empire e g Balkans Germany s request to keep the land they have already conquered as part of their peace treaty was truly coming from the government with the people of the nation in mind or was this coming rather from the narrow mind of those who were in military control and had no thoughts on the overreaching democratic needs of the countries as a whole Wilson stated that he was proud of the ideals of the Russian people who even though they did not have much power in regards to the enormous power of Germany still stood for their land and their country even when it put them in danger Wilson resoundingly stated that the US sided with the Russian people in wanting to help them obtain their upmost hope of liberty and ordered peace States that the US entered WWI because we feel like it is our duty to protect not just our country but the world from being in a non peaceful state and that we must show our side when it comes to this war which is why the concept of world peace is so important to the United States Proposed 14 ways to achieve world peace o 1 Open peace treaties with no private government deals that the public is not aware of o 2 Freedom of navigation of the seas outside of specific territorial waters or by international law o 3 The removal of economic barriers and equal trading between all countries who want peace o 4 National arms of all



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