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What term is used in International Relations to describe all countries in the world?
The international system of states
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How did the growth of U.S. manufacturing affect the country’s international relations during the late nineteenth century?
Increasing demand for markets contributed to support for an Open Door policy with China
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If microsociologists were to research on street-corner men, they would focus on how a. changes in international relations affect the U.S. job market b. these men interact with one another c. these men fit into the structure of society d. the change to an information society has left these men without work
these men interact with one another
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B) Explain how federalism has affected federal/state relations in two of the following areas: a. Environmental policy b. International relations c. Elections
a. Environmental policy – while state agencies may be more restricting on environmental policy, they cannot have laws that are inconsistent – i.e. allowing more pollution b. International relations – exclusively the job of the federal government. The United States should have but one voice in international relationships such that foreign governments can trust our answers and our policies. c. Elections – federalism has allowed additional regulation of state laws to expand the availability of the ballot box to more Americans.
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The three ‘paradigms’ that Stephen Walt characterizes as the three pillars of International Relations theorizing are:
realism, liberalism, and constructivism.
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The Truman Doctrine was an important event in international relations because it heralded a major turning point in American foreign policy. Up to 1947 the US had been trying to adopt a fairly conciliatory approach towards the Soviet Union, but President Truman now decided that it was time to make a stand and ‘contain’ any further expansion of communism in Europe. This meant supplying weapons to anti-communists in a ‘war by proxy’. Military aid was initially given to the Royalists in the Greek Civil War and was then extended to any where in the world, for example, in the Korean War from 1950-53. It was a significant step in hardening cold war relations and prompted the Soviets to tighten their grip on Eastern Europe with the creation of Cominform. The Truman Doctrine was a new and aggressive strategy that would make the possibility of a ‘hot war’ much more likely.
Explain the importance of the Truman Doctrine, 1947 (5)
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The Potsdam Conference was highly important in international relations because major differences between the superpowers emerged, which would lead to mutual suspicion and rivalry that would last for several decades. When the Allies met in July 1945 Nazi Germany had been defeated a few months earlier, thereby removing the common enemy that held them together. Tensions grew because Stalin was betraying his promise of free elections in Eastern Europe and was instead imposing communist governments in his sphere of influence. This was regarded by the Americans as an attack on democracy and capitalism. President Truman also contributed to the causes of the Cold War by announcing at Potsdam that he was going to use an atomic bomb against Japan but would not share its secrets. Stalin viewed this as a form of intimidation against the USSR and so Truman’s announcement helped to provoke the nuclear arms race.
Explain the importance of the Potsdam Conference, 1945 (5)
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Throughout the late nineteenth century, the federal government A. developed a prominent role in international relations. B. shrank in size of employees and budget expenditures. C. had no meaningful responsibilities. D. funded large public-works projects to alleviate unemployment. E. was relatively inactive.
E. was relatively inactive.
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