Internationale Betrekkingen Concepten (17-18)
This file contains all the concepts from the book "Global Politics" that had to be known in the academic year 2017-2018 for the course International Relations. The point reached for this course is 13/20.
Book Summary Global Politics (Heywood). Subject belongs to study International Relations and International Organization, is given in the first, second and third year
Main principles of realism
Study notes on a level edexcel government and politics unit 3D approaches to global politics. Provides key information of key principles of political realism broken down.
Internationale Betrekkingen - Samenvatting boek 'Global Politics'
Een samenvatting van alle te kennen kaders (Focus on, Key authors, Approaches to, ...) uit het boek 'Global Politics'.
Unit 4D Global Politics Revision Notes Condensed Version
For A Level Global Politics students. Offers condensed notes of all Unit 4D chapters from the Andrew Haywood book itself.
Edexcel Government & Politics Unit 4 Notes
My Edexcel G&P Unit 4 Notes compiled throughout the year so far from lesson work and my textbook. I got an A in the subject last year and an A in my mock this year from using these notes, focuses on global politics, with case studies, and global financial institutions.
A* marked essays for Unit 3D [Structure of Global Politics], Government and Politics A2 Level
This document contains a collection of six 15 mark questions and nine 45 mark questions.
The author achieved an A* grade in his final exam, as well as two other A*, and a B in Maths.
*Define state sovereignty, and explain its implications for international politics. [12/15]
*What are the key areas of disagreement between realism and liberalism? [10/15]
*What is the role of the WTO, and why has it been criticised? [14/15]
*To what extent is the UN effective in ensuring peace and security? [43/45]
*'War is an inevitable feature of international politics.' Discuss. [39/45]
*Distinguish between cultural globalisation and political globalisation. [12/15]
*'Economic globalisation benefits the few rather than the many.' Discuss. [45/45]
*'The US is a power in decline.' Discuss. [40/45]
*Distinguish, using examples, between 'hard' and 'soft' power. [13/15]
*Why do realists believe that global politics is characterised by conflict? [13/15]
A* marked essays for Unit 4D (Global Political Issues), Government and Politics A2
This document contains seven 15 mark questions and three 45 mark questions.
The author achieved an A* in this subject at A2 level, as well as 2 other A* and a B (in Maths).
(Proof: https://www.dropbox.com/s/i3nrlr1wen587yq/examproof.png?dl=0 )
*Explain the tensions between human rights and state sovereignty. (13/15)
*Explain the 'alternative' approach to poverty. (12/15)
*To what extent is international aid effective? (45/45)
*Distinguish between different types of human rights. (12/15)
*To what extent is global terrorism a major threat to order and security? (45/45)
*To what extent is humanitarian intervention ever justified? (43/45)
*What are human rights, and what implications do they have for global politics? (15/15)
*Why has there been controversy over the role of international courts and tribunals in protecting human rights? (14/15)
*Assess the main criticisms of the UN. (15/15)
*Why has nuclear arms control been so difficult to bring about? (13/15)
To what extent does nuclear proliferation threaten peace and security? (45) - Unit 4D
For all a level global politics students.