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POL300 WEEK 1 DQ1

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Subject: Political Science
Topic: General Political Science
Due on: 09/20/2013
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POL300 WEEK 1 DQ1

Research
two countries whose relationship has been in the news recently. Visit a
reputable Website, newspaper, or TV broadcast to catch up on the latest events
in their interactions.

Week 1 Discussion 1

"Idealism vs.
Realism in International Politics" Please respond to the following:

Roskin and Berry allude to the tendency toward idealism in international
politics before WWII ended in 1945, but the tendency toward realism after that
year.

Explain what the authors
mean by “idealism” and “realism” in international politics.

Characterize the differences between the world
before 1945 and the world after that year with respect to international
relations.

Explain the causes of the transition (from
idealism to realism).

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