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IR midterm 2/13

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First and Second Debates of IR Study 1)Utopian Liberalism 2)Realism and The Twenty Years Crisis 3)The Voice of Behavioralism 4) Traditionalist v Behaviouralism
The Third Debate of IR Study 1)Neo-Liberalism 2)Neo-Realism 3)INT Society 4)INT Political Economy
Neo-Realist Stability Theory 1)Superpower Equality and Nuclear Deterrence 2)Discipline 3)Shifting Balance of Power and Conventional Rivalry 4)Risk Taking
Arguments Against NATO Expansion 1)Threatens Russia 2)Divides Former Soviet Satellites 3)Reduces Credibility 4)Puts U.S. Commitment in Jeopardy
The Prince and Leadership 1) Praise and Blame 2) Keeping Their Word 3) Nobles and Staff 4) How to Lose a State
Variants of Liberalism 1)Sociological 2)Interdependence 3)Republican 4)Structural
Institutional Liberalism 1) Benefits of INT Institutions 2)EU 3)For and Against European Integration 4)Towards a World Government?
The English School 1) 3 Traditions- Theory and Practice 2) Order and Justice 3) Statecraft and Responsibility 4) Critiques
Different Types of Realism 1)Classical 2)Neo-Classical 3)Contemporary 4)Neo-Realism
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