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Political Science: 

Week 7: The Impact of Violence - Discussion


*Respond to each of the 6 questions individually.

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*Min. 1 paragraph per question.



*Respond to each of the 6 questions individually.

 

*Cite and All references in APA format.

 

*Min. 1 paragraph per question.

 

Week 7: The Impact of Violence - Discussion

 

1. In considering the international realm, let?s consider the concept of economic treaties. Specifically,

 

let's think about an organization like the European Union (EU). Why was it formed? In addition, what are

 

some of the objectives of the nations that are joining the EU?

 

2. Sovereignty isn't what it used to be...the European Union means members have to surrender their

 

currency for the Euro, and NATO members have to be willing to hand over elements of their military

 

forces to NATO leaders in Brussels. What's happened to the idea that governments are the last word on

 

what happens in their countries?

 

3. Everyone...the Cold War was a bi-polar struggle between communism and capitalism. Capitalism won.

 

It's one world, and it's been a largely peaceful one. And that peace has been underwritten, for the most

 

part by organizations such as the European Union. Noheli's post mentions some of the highlights. It was

 

created by Jean Monnet shortly after WW2...is economic integration a lesson learned from that conflict?

 

4. It's said that the mark of a fine wine, beyond its bouquet and its finish, is its ability to travel well.

 

Dodgy vintages lose their appeal in less than perfect surroundings....can the same be said for

 

democracy? Is that why violence if often part of the democracy transplant process?

 

5. Nothing ever plays in North Korea...Not even The Interview...but Democracy seems to work fine in

 

some places in the world...but is having a rough go of it elsewhere...do you think there are necessary

 

preconditions for a democracy to work globally?

 

6. Let's talk about the importance of religion in government...perhaps we can identify the differences

 

between a secular and a theocratic political system?

 


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