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According to Dr. John Tidd, what do we mean by the term “politicization” of the intelligence process? Be explicit. 2. In wrapping up his presentation of “the European Dream,” Dr. Willerton shared a final argument that he described as “letting the cat out of the bag regarding the European Dream.” What was that final “cat out of the bag” contention? 3. According to Dr. Berardo, "tragedies of the commons" happen all the time and are rarely “solved.” But one example of the international community successfully addressing a profound problem arising from the “tragedy of the commons” was identified by Dr. Berardo. What is that example? 4. According to Dr. Berardo, which U.S. environmental catastrophe was mainly responsible for solving the collective action problem that we associate with – and that led to – the Clean Water Act? 5. According both to our textbook and to Dr. Tom Volgy, this event brought the international system the closest to an all out (“hot”) nuclear war. What was this event and when (year) did it occur?

1. According to Dr. John Tidd, what do we mean by the term “politicization” of the intelligence process? Be explicit.
2. In wrapping up his presentation of “the European Dream,” Dr. Willerton shared a final argument that he described as “letting the cat out of the bag regarding the European Dream.” What was that final “cat out of the bag” contention?
3. According to Dr. Berardo, “tragedies of the commons” happen all the time and are rarely “solved.” But one example of the international community successfully addressing a profound problem arising from the “tragedy of the commons” was identified by Dr. Berardo. What is that example?
4. According to Dr. Berardo, which U.S. environmental catastrophe was mainly responsible for solving the collective action problem that we associate with – and that led to – the Clean Water Act?
5. According both to our textbook and to Dr. Tom Volgy, this event brought the international system the closest to an all out (“hot”) nuclear war. What was this event and when (year) did it occur?
6. Recalling Dr. Tidd’s lecture, name two ways in which the North and South, during the Civil War, gathered intelligence. Was either the North or the South better at gathering intelligence, and if one side was better, name that side.
7. When we think of citizens rights in a democracy, what is an example of a “substantive right” (also known as a “quality of life” or “material right”)?
8. When we think of citizens rights in a democracy, what is an example of a “procedural right?”
9. What do Russians mean by “the Russian soul?”
10. Dr. Volgy contends that the Nixon-Kissinger system of the 1970s is an example of what type of power distribution system?
11. According to Dr. Volgy, what system of global power distribution is least prone to system-wide conflict, but if conflict occurs, it is of the greatest magnitude? Identify that global power distribution system.
12. Explain – in a few words or a sentence – why Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme commented that “The U.S. made me a socialist.”
13. According to Dr. Willerton, what sort of social justice-related values do the Swedish cultural concepts of (1) “lagom” and (2) “Jante’s law” specifically embody?
14. Professor Bill Dixon discussed several conflicts among WTO participating nations (e.g., Venezuela’s complaint against the U.S.; the U.S. against China). What WTO rule were countries being accused of breaking?
15. According to Dr. Dixon, what is the important contemporary innovation that is a major setback to the protection of international human rights?
16. According to our textbook, would a critical theory of politics propose that there is a natural order to politics and class structure? Say yes or no, and explain why in one sentence.
17. Our textbook points to what major criticism of the structure of the United Nations Security Council?
18. According to our textbook, the development of the modern state and state system brought together the prime characteristics of the modern state. What are two of those characteristics?
19. Our textbook indicates that the United Nations (U.N.) is committed to two overriding ends. One is the safeguarding the principle of state sovereignty. What is the second?
20. In reflecting over alternative thinking and institutional-policy preferences that underlie “the American Dream,” what do Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, and Franklin D. Roosevelt all have in common according to Dr. Willerton?
21. Dr. Willerton argued that 50 years from now, Russians will acknowledge their country has had six great leaders. Five of them are: Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great, Catherine the Great, Alexander II, and Stalin. Who does Willerton contend is the sixth?
22. Professor Willerton argues that Russia’s “Quadruple Revolution” of the 1990’s and early 2000’s involved an economic revolution, social revolution, the search for a new national identity, and what fourth revolution?
23. Our textbook notes that an important approach underpinning early liberal political thought was the state allowing “free rein to individual initiative, competition, the pursuit of self-interest, and the invisible hand of market forces.” What is the name of this type of approach?
Part 2. Answer the following question, limiting your essay response to one single-spaced, typed page (with double-spacing between paragraphs), again using reasonable fonts and reasonable margins.
What do we mean by the fields “comparative politics” and “international relations,” how are they different from each other, and how are they interrelated?

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