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global issues final

military spending & state security

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what is the realist philosophy military power is the primary means for enduring state security in an anarchic global system
define coercive diplomacy use of threats or limited armed force to persuade an adversary to alter its foreign and/or domestic policies
what is the liberal philosophy proliferation of military arms increases potential for conflict
define security dilemma a condition that results when each state's increase in military capabilities is match by the others, and all wind up with no more security than when they began arming
what is the concern of blowback could arms sold to foreign actors be used against us in the future?
define opportunity cost what is gained for one purpose is lost for other purposes
Created by: gpolite