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- 20:48, 28 November 2010 +1,400 N Religion in International Politics New page: Religion has, and continues, to play a major role in dictating the way international politics plays out. Religion has the ability to supersede states and institutions in a way that few oth... current
- 20:41, 28 November 2010 +2,553 N Nuclear Proliferation New page: Weapons of mass destruction, failed states, and nuclear proliferation combine to form one of the greatest threats to global security today. Each in their own right are dangerous, but when ... current
- 20:27, 28 November 2010 +2,188 N US Power and the Construction of International Order New page: For a long time, the US was extraordinarily reluctant to involve itself in international affairs. Even many of the founding fathers of the United States, most prominently George Washington... current
- 11:52, 29 October 2010 +108 Karl Marx current
- 11:49, 29 October 2010 +33 Protectionism current
- 11:45, 29 October 2010 +1 Cordell Hull
- 11:42, 29 October 2010 +1,804 N The Clash of Civilizations New page: The Clash of Civilizations is a theory of international politics forward by Samuel Huntington, most notably in his 1996 work of the same name. Huntington posits that clash between civiliza...
- 11:33, 29 October 2010 +2,525 N Neoliberalism New page: Neoliberalism is an economic, social, and political worldview that holds that both free trade and the pursuit of corporate interests can combine to yield optimal market outcomes. '''Econo... current
- 11:05, 8 October 2010 +1,010 N Dependency Theory New page: Dependency Theory explains the negative impact trade can have on countries that become locked into an unproductive pattern of exporting primary goods and importing finished goods. Such a p...
- 10:48, 8 October 2010 +1,848 N Preferential Trade Agreement New page: Preferential Trade Agreements, or PTAs, are formal arrangements of trade between countries that see benefits from trade amongst themselves. In many cases, these benefits are the product of...
- 12:49, 25 September 2010 +1,201 Factor Endowment Theory current
- 12:41, 25 September 2010 -1 Factor Endowment Theory
- 12:41, 25 September 2010 +151 N Hechsher-Olin Model New page: The Hechsher-Olin Model demonstrates that a country will have a comparative advantage in the good that uses the factor with which it is heavily endowed
- 12:37, 25 September 2010 +1,308 N Factor Endowment Theory New page: The factor endowment theory holds that countries are likely to be abundant in different types of resources. In economic reasoning, the simplest case for this distribution is the idea that ...
- 11:28, 10 September 2010 +1,972 N Comparative Advantage New page: Comparative advantage is the economic principle that certain bodies (be them states, regions, or otherwise) are inherently better suited to producing certain goods than are others. Compara...
- 11:08, 10 September 2010 +114 John Locke