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Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy. To What Extent should we Embrace Nationalism?. How has Foreign Policy shaped National Interest?. Pursuit of national interests shapes foreign policy and vice versa. Yes? No?

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chapter 5 national interest and foreign policy

Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy

To What Extent should we Embrace Nationalism?

how has foreign policy shaped national interest
How has Foreign Policy shaped National Interest?
  • Pursuit of national interests shapes foreign policy and vice versa. Yes? No?
  • Effects on Austro-Hungry people after declaring war on Serbia in 1914?
    • Personal security
    • Economic prosperity
    • Their culture
foreign policy and contending national interests in peru
Foreign Policy and contending National Interests in Peru
  • Read p. 130, Fig 5-17, FYI
  • Foreign Policy may have positive and negative effects.
    • Example, in Peru …
      • Government auctions land to foreign oil companies
        • Good for jobs for Peruvians
      • Some land belong to MashcoPiro and Nahua, indigenous peoples who shun outsiders
        • Diseases brought by outside workers killed ½ of Nahua pop.
foreign policy and contending national interests in peru1
Foreign Policy and contending National Interests in Peru
  • Peruvian law allows government to overrule laws of indigenous people, if in best interest of all Peruvian people.
    • Land was auctioned to Spanish and American oil companies
    • 2007, UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples ensured …
      • Such peoples have rights to territories and resources
      • Such peoples to own, use, develop by reason of traditional ownership.
    • What were the contending national interests in Peru?
9 11 and canada in afghanistan
9/11 and Canada in Afghanistan
  • Read p. 131, fig. 5-18, 5-19, Voices
  • Response of the UN re; 9/11 attacks
    • Gave support to NATO
  • NATO – North Atlantic Treaty Organization
    • Attack on one member means an attack on all
    • Invades Afghanistan and Taliban fall
    • US leaves Afghanistan and invades Iraq
    • Is Canada forced into peacemaking?
    • Canadian reaction to this change in foreign policy?
debate over afghanistan
Debate over Afghanistan
  • Read p. 132, fig. 5-20, 5-21
  • NATO focus …
    • To help keep a democratic, self-sufficient society
    • Rebuild …
      • Afghanistan economy
      • Political process
      • Medical facilities
      • Armed forces
      • Police
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Debate over Afghanistan
  • Taliban and Al-Qaeda interferes with NATO
  • Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan debated …
    • Validity of Canada's mission
    • Financial cost of mission
    • Combat role of Canadian forces
    • Threat to lives of Canadian forces
    • Relationship with other NATO forces
    • Length of the mission
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Debate over Afghanistan
  • Canadian politicians disagreed in debate …
    • Jack Layton, NDP stated …
    • Michael Ignatieff, Liberal stated …
    • Stephen Harper, PM stated …
  • Figure 5-21 Opinion Poll
    • Do Canadians support or oppose sending troops to Afghanistan?
    • Main reason for involvement?
    • Casualities … is it OK or is price too high?
national interests and rights of women
National Interests and Rights of Women
  • Taliban position …
    • Girls not allowed to attend school
    • Women not allowed to have careers
  • NATO establishes Women's Ministry
    • Taliban resistance
    • SimaSimar, first minister of women’s ministry
      • Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission
      • Her position ‘ we started … ‘
conclusions and chapter review questions
Conclusions and Chapter Review Questions
  • Text page 135, # 4. Complete all five parts and use the cartoon and textbook to support your responses.
  • Text page 129, # 1, 2, and 3. Complete all parts to each question.
  • Text page 133, Taking Turns … give your opinion to the following questions,
    • Has Canadian foreign policy in Afghanistan supported the national interests of the Afghan people?

2.What does the discussion (read three opinions) show about

the complications involved in balancing foreign policy decisions

with the pursuit of national interest?