What did Liberal Internationalists say had gone wrong in 1914?
Answer two (2) questions from five (5). Write no more than two (1 1/2) pages (typed, double spaced) per question
1. Describe the state centric approach to understanding international relations? What are its strengths and weaknesses? How does the state-centric approach use assumptions about states and sovereignty to conclude that we live in an anarchic and insecure international system?
2. What did Liberal Internationalists say had gone wrong in 1914? What did they suggest should be done to avoid such a disaster ever happening again?
3. What did the Realists say was wrong with the assumptions of the Liberal Internationalists in the 1930’s? What did they say international relations were “really” like, and what did they say all states needed to do as a result?
4. What models of states have we examined? How should we use models? Whatever model we use, what foreign policy goals/objectives have we examined which states typically pursue?
5. What sorts of reasons have we examined for studying international relations, and in what sorts of ways may international relations be defined? Which reasons and which definition do you find most persuasive?