1. Critique Huntington’s “Clash of Civilizations” thesis. While many facets of modern international politics seem to support the argument, what are some fundamental flaws in its composition?
2. Compare and contrast Doyle’s liberalism with one or more critical theories (constructivism, feminism, and/or world systems theory)? What is fundamentally different about the underlying assumptions of theses theories and liberalism?
3. What is rational choice theory? Is it valid to assume human beings are rational? To what extent is rational choice theory a separate approach from other theories that we have discussed? Can it be applied within some of these theories?
For each question, write more than 300 words. And engage the following materials that are assigned in all answers.