250 Words Each. Do not exceed. Show mastery of all material. Make an argument.

250 Words Each. Do not exceed. Show mastery of all material. Make an argument. Reference at least three uploaded materials for each question. (please cite in text!)
1. Why study nonstate actors as a field of international politics? Use materials by authors: Stephen M. Walt, Jessica Matthews, Eizenstat, Annan, Barnett and Finnemore
2. How might nonstate groups like terrorists, resistance groups, criminal organizations, and protest movements capitalize on the decline of state sovereignty and the rise of globalization? Give specific examples identifying specific strategies of actors in this context. Use materials by authors: Kydd and Walter, Annan, Bin Laden’s letter. For this question, use a real life example.
3. An undercurrent theme of this course is that the political economy of globalization has provided a structural change to actors in international society. How? Use materials by authors: Juha Jokela, Tickner and True, Annan, Eizenstat,
4. What theme, concept, or idea from the class was most significant for you and that you will take with you into the remainder of your academic career? Be specific. May use any author.
Hint for question 4:
Ethnographic approach to social sciences
Importance of local actors -Protest movements, cities as sites of human security (Day), global cities -Climate governance -Need for more integrated policy approach -Top down and down up approach, private and public relationships -Governance structures need to be analyzed (federal v centralized)
Importance of local actors, top down and bottom up approaches are important
Changing technology = capacity for non state actors and creating new issue
Ethnographic approach to social sciences – especially ethnic conflict and terrorism
Local action can solve global problems
– Individuals as actors, non state actors are not just NGOs
Interactions between all levels of government, private/public partnerships
necessary for climate governance
– Interrelated forms of public and private governance
– Proper information gathering and distribution

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