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The Shock Doctrine & Global Governance

Regional Scenarios Partial Exam Review Challenge
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Salvador Martinez

on 10 September 2013

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Transcript of The Shock Doctrine & Global Governance

Understanding Conflict
What to do?
Global Governance!
The Shock Doctrine
& Global Governance

Conflict in Mexico
What is the Shock Doctrine??
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
(cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr
(cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
Types of Conflicts
Terrorism
It is defined as the use of violence to achieve a goal.
State
Terrorism
Non-State
Terrorism
International Actors:
- State
- IGO's
International Actors:
- Nations
- World Leaders
- Illegal Groups
USA invasion of Iraq in 2003
1968 Student Movement in Mexico
Tlatelolco killings
9/11 Attacks in USA
from Al-Qaeda in 2001
FARC Guerrilla attacks
in Colombia in 2002
Nationalism
It is a social & political ideology that places
ones nation over her/his personal interesets.
Secession
Irredentism
When a region wants to be independent
from an already sovereign State.
When a soverign State demands the union of a region from another country, in historic or cultural basis.
Croatia and Slovenia separation from Yugoslavia in 1991.
Quebec independence movement
from Canada (2003)
UK demand of Falkland Islands from Argentina in 1982
Kashmir conflict between India & Pakistan since 1947
Fundamentalism
It is the philosophical idelogy that states the supremacy
of an ideal.
Political
Fundamentalism
Religious
Fundamentalism
Philosophical ideology that states the supremacy
of a political ideal.
Philosophical ideology that states the supremacy
of a religious ideal.
USA influence expansion of democracy in the Middle East (Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran etc.)
durin the George W. Bush
administration (2000 - 2008)
China's socialism expansion to the Tibet in 1950.
The Holy Crusades
from the XI - XIV Centuries
Orissa (India) killing of Christians by Hindu fundamentalists in 2008

What do you think?
Is the political interaction of transnational actors aimed at solving problems that affect more than one state or region when there is no power of enforcing compliance.
Bilderberg Club
Realpolitik?
Refers to politics or diplomacy based primarily on power and on practical and material factors and considerations, rather than ideological notions or moralistic or ethical premises.
Examples:
- Great Depression 1929
(Keynessian Economy)
- World War II
(European Union/Marshall Plan)
- Cold War
(New Imperialism/Proxi Wars)
- Fall of the USSR
(Neoliberalism)
- 2008 Financial Crisis
(Regionalism)
Members include:
- George Bush, King Juan Carlos I (Spain), Queen Beatrix (Belgium), Manuel Barroso (EU comissioner), Robert Zoellick (WB President), Henry Kissinger, etc.

Last meeting:
2011 (9–12 June) at the Suvretta House in St. Moritz, Switzerland
COUNCIL OF FOREIGN RELATIONS (USA)
- Mexican Revolution
(Transport/Energy to US)
- 1975-1985 mexican financial crisis
(Monopolies/Oligopolies)
- 1994 Devaluation
(FOBAPROA/Privatization/
Neoliberalism/Plan Merida TLCAN)
- 2009 Influenza H1N1
(Tax Reforms)
- Narcoterrorism
(Rapido y furioso/American Union)
Information is the key!!

Be an element of change!
Definition:
to come into collision or disagreement; be contradictory, at variance, or in opposition; clash.
Is an annual, unofficial, invitation-only conference of approximately 120 to 140 guests from North America and Western Europe, most of whom are people of influence. About one-third are from government and politics, and two-thirds from finance, industry, labour, education and communications. Meetings are closed to the public.
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