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Understanding the 3 I's Why are there wars? Domestic Politics and War
100
What are Interests, Interactions and Institutions
These three "I's" must be present in all political theories.
100
The Thirty Years' Crisis
This short era was characterized by two World Wars and the Great Depression.
100
Hawks and Doves
These two ornithological symbols differentiate groups who support war and emphasizes its potential gains, from groups who are more cooperative and emphasize its costs and risks.
200
Interests
What actors want to achieve through political action; their preferences above other possible outcomes.
200
The neoconservatives (led by Secretary of Defense, Paul Wolfowitz)
The group in the Bush administration pushed for the Iraq War.
200
Leaders, bureaucracy, interest groups and the general public
These are the key domestic actors in foreign policy.
300
What are cooperation, collaboration, coordination and bargaining
These four forms of interaction are how actors/institutions work together to reach peaceful agreements.
300
Bargaining model of War
This model allows us to understand or visualize why/how actors may choose to fight rather than resolve their disputes peacefully.
300
The Rally Effect
This phenomena is a response to international crises that heightens unity and support for a state and/or its leadership.
400
(1) Setting behavioral standards, (2) verifying compliance, (3) reducing costs of joint decision-making, (4) resolving disputes
Institutions facilitate cooperation in conflicts by ____ (4)
400
Incomplete Information, Commitment Problems and Indivisibilities
These are the three proximate causes of war.
400
The Diversionary Effect
The brief Falkland Islands conflict between Argentina and Britain in 1982 is one of few examples of:






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