Potential Challengers Namely Write At Least Two
The exam is designed to demonstrate the knowledge you’ve gained in this course. Be sure to answer all parts of question. A five‐sentence answer will not be sufficient. You must write at least two pages (double space, New Times Roman). Be sure to analyze the question from all angles. This is your opportunity to show me that not only you understand the concepts in this course, but you can apply them. In writing your answers you will be expected to apply the key words I have given to you. Show clear and direct connections between the ideas you present and the course lectures AND readings (Make reference to readings! This is a must).
Answers must show that you both know the information and can think critically about its application. The answers must have clear and concise argument. Think critically. Support the claims you make. CITE!!! (Both in text citation and bibliography)
PROOFREAD!!! Remember, this is an exam and each one of you will be graded individually – collaboration on answers is not permitted. The answers SHOULD NOT be the same or should not resemble to each other.
Question 2-After the Cold War, one of the dominant themes of U.S. policy was to globalize liberal order by efforts to integrate the system’s potential challengers — namely China – so that she would no longer disrupt it. The aim was to create an international system through use regional, global and economic institution and bring all the world’s major powers into a system in which they would be satisfied so that the US will continue to be the hegemon.
Describe the international system that was established by the Western powers (mainly the US) after WW2 by making international organizations as your unit of analysis (Meaning put the IO’s at the center and analyze the global order by means of IO;s). Discuss if the international system is changing? why/why not? What are the effects of the rise of China on the present world order
Key terms for this question: Concert of Europe, UN, sanctions, peace keeping operations, The EU, Euroscepticism, European Court of Justice, NATO, Global South, Bandung Conference, NAM, NEIO, BRICS, Bretton Woods System, China’s investment on Africa, One Belt, One road Project, Marshall Plan, OECD, IMF, World Bank, New Development Bank, President Trump, multilateralism, declining hegemon, bandwagon effect, domino effect ).
You need to use at least 10 of the above key terms (10 for each). Please underline them in your answer and, PLEASE USE THEM APPRORPRIATELY. Just writing them down without fitting them into the content will not bring you any points.