Who was the aggressor?

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1. Explain in 1 PARAGRAPH how realists and liberals use history. Which paradigm emphasizes continuity and the inevitably of war, and which paradigm emphasizes change and progress?
2. What was the name of the peace settlement ending the 30 Years War (1648)? Why is this peace settlement seen as the birth of the modern state system? What else is significant about this peace settlement? What was the model of order created by this 1648 peace settlement, and what was the lesson of the failure of this model of order (as seen by the Napoleonic Wars)?
3. Drawing on the following video, summarize the Napoleonic Wars. Who was the aggressor? Who won the war? Etc.
What was the peace settlement ending the war?
What was the model of order?

4. Drawing on the following video, summarize WWI. What were the long term causes of the war? What was the immediate cause of WWI? Who lost the war? Who won the war? Etc.

What was the peace settlement ending the war?
What was the model of order?
What was the lesson learned from this period?

5. https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/publications/ethics_online/0105 (Links to an external site.)
Drawing on the above link respond to the following question regarding Western bias in IR scholarship:

What are some of the reasons given for the Western bias in IR textbooks? (see first part of article). 1 PARAGRAPH
6. https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/publications/ethics_online/0105 (Links to an external site.)
Drawing on the above link, respond to the following question:

What are some of the critiques of the defense of Western bias in textbooks the author notes? (Put another way, how does the author of this article criticize textbooks support of the continuing use of a Western perspective?)
7. https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/publications/ethics_online/0105 (Links to an external site.)
Drawing on the above link, respond to the following question:

What problems does the author highlight regarding solely looking at International Relations from a Western perspective? What are some of the solutions proposed to fix this problem?

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