. What does it mean to say that even though the ordering principle of the international system is anarchic, the system itself is not chaotic? Do realists and liberals differ in their understanding of the level of anarchy in the international system, and if so, how?
2. At the individual level, how does political psychology examine global conflict? How does cognitive psychology account for the position of Western leaders after WWII toward the rise of new dictators?
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Nye text when responding to this forum.
Textbooks for this course
Nye Jr., J.S. and Welch, D.A. Drayton, B. (2013). Understanding Global Conflict and Cooperation: An Introduction to Theory and History. (9th Edition). Boston: Pearson. ISBN 13: 978-0-205-85163-8 ISBN 10: 0-205-85163-8