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Research Methods Lecture 19 Case Studies (I)
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What kinds of conflict?
Civil war, genocide, ethnic cleansing, revolution, rebellion, etc.
What Kind of Fighting?
Established rules of war?
Official state military?
Limited v. Total War?
Of Particular Interest...
Sub-Fields in Political Science
At Virginia Tech
National Security Studies
Analysis will often focus on the factors that impact a leader's foreign policy decision making process
Not always the best level of analysis!
Dr. Courtney Thomas
Lecture 19: Case Studies I
Sub-Fields in IS
World Politics and Policy
And many, many more...
How does the structure of the government impact foreign policy decisions?
How does public opinion impact foreign policy?
What forms public opinion?
What special interests impact foreign policy?
These questions might be of particular interest to anyone considering a future in
CIA, FBI, NSA, etc.
Doctors without Borders, Amnesty International, etc.
How does the international community react to conflict?
Laws and treaties that govern intervention?
How are conflicts resolved?
What is the role of the international community in conflict resolution?
What is the role of peacekeeping in conflict resolution?
How does this become operationalized in terms of real word examples?