International Relations. PSC 124.200: Introduction. Today. Are you registered for this class? Digital pictures Overview of the syllabus Index cards Nau, preface and introduction. The question for this course. Are international relations undergoing fundamental and irreversible changes?

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ByMeasurement. A quantity that has both a number and a unit. Scientific Notation. A way of writing either very large or very small numbers. One number to the left of the decimal point multiplied by a power of 10. Accuracy. A measure of how close a measurement comes to the true value .

ByCustomary International Law. ‘…international custom, as evidence of a general practice accepted as law’ equally influential to treaty law but considerably more complicated in its application

ByThe International System after 9/11. The American strategic thinking post- 9/11 Re-evaluation of the UN international system Transatlantic tensions The war on terrorism. The American strategic thinking post- 9/11 . The US National Security Strategy – September 2002

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ByMetrics. The International System of Units - SI. Commonly used units/symbols. What are the units used to measure Mass Distance Volume Time Temperature What are their symbols?. Fahrenheit. Water freezes/thaws at 32 ° Water vaporizes at 212 ° “Absolute Zero” is -459 °. Celsius.

ByInternational Relations and the International System since 1989. The collapse of the Cold War world Realist approaches to the post Cold War international politics neo-realism neo-structural realism Liberal conceptualization of the world politics after 1989 Liberal institutionalism

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ByScientific Measurement. Chapter 3. 3-1 The Importance of Measurement. Qualitative vs Quantitative Measurement What color vs What mass? Scientific Notation Powers of Ten. 3-2 Uncertainty in Measurements. Accuracy, Precision and Error

ByThe Metric System International System of Units (SI Units). Base SI units. Conversion factors in/out of metric units. 1 in = 2.54 cm 1 m = 3.3 ft 1 ft = 12 in 1 yard = 36 inches 1 cm 3 = 1 mL 1 metric ton = 1000 kg. 1 in 3 = 16.4 cm 3 2.2 lb. = 1 kg

ByUnits and Measurement. Chemistry Mrs. Coyle. A) SI Units, Scientific Notation, Measurement, Accuracy, Precision, Error. Math and Units. Math- the language of Science SI Units – International System MKS Meter m Mass kg Time s National Bureau of Standards Prefixes. SI Unit Prefixes.

ByPolitical Science 308: International Politics. Introduction and Overview. Things to do before proceeding. Complete the syllabus quiz Be sure to have completed the academic integrity exercise Be sure to have completed the academic integrity exercise

ByChapter One. Exploring Twenty-First-Century World Politics. Important Aspects of World Politics. global political system anarchy in the international system states in the international system Cold War Post-Cold War triumphalism September 11, 2001--a transforming event?

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