Unit 1: Power, Sovereignty, IR
Unit 2: Human Rights
Unit 3: Development
Notable Theories
Current Events

100

If Kim Jong Un was captured and prosecuted by the ICC would be justified by this form of sovereignty.
Post-Westphalian

100

Set of 6 principles that determine whether a domestic HR institution is recognized and supported by the UN
Paris Principles

100

What are the 3 areas that the HDI calculates it's value from?
Health- Life-expectancy Wealth- GDP per capita Education- Expected years of schooling

100

States exist in anarchy is one concept within this theory.
Realism

100

A tropical island that has had a volcanic eruption last week which grounded airlines.
Bali

200

What form of legitimacy does Donald Trump NOT have in the US?
Traditional legitimacy

200

Domestic monitoring agencies for Huma Rights are called...
NHRIs National Human Rights Institutions

200

What are the 4 ways a state can promote or inhibit development?
Culture of Bureaucracy Poor Management Corruption Political Instability

200

The anonymity that social protest allows draws people to join the movements is one element of this theory
Mass Society Theory

200

US representative to the UN who recently condemned North Korea's missile test
Nikki Haley

300

Name all 6 Principle Organs of the UN with 2 Subsidiary Organs
1. General Assembly 2. Security Council 3. ECOSOC 4. Trusteeship Council 5. ICJ 6. Secretariat 8. 9.

300

The concept that embodies the right for all peoples to determine their own economic, social and cultural development. We typically discuss it when we talk about indigenous land rights.
Self-determination

300

What is odious debt Give two examples of what it is
Debt incurred on a nation against it's will Regime, colonial, subjugation debt

300

Foreign aid is typically "tied" and should be viewed with an eye of suspicion is an idea found in this theory.
Neo-marxism

300

Zimbabwe dictator who was recently deposed
Mugabe

400

Define Global Governance and Provide one example of it in action.
broad, complex process of interactive decision making at the global level that involves formal and informal mechanisms as well as governmental and non-governmental bodies. States remain the primary institution involved, but sometimes intergovernmental and supranational organizations can also become involved.

400

What are the 3 generations of Human Rights?
1st Generation: Civic and political rights 2nd Generation: Economic, social and cultural rights 3rd Generation: Solidarity Rights

400

Two key principles of Neo-liberalism that are upheld by the Washington consensus (the reduction of trade restrictions on goods. This potentially opens up markets and promotes the free exchange of goods; The selling of once state-owned goods/assets in the private sector. )
Liberalization, Privatization

400

States interpret their own rights, and due to this, they are correct in their own assumptions.
Cultural Relativism

400

Former Bosnian Croat criminal Slobodan Praljak made headlines recently by doing what
Drinking poison and dying in an International Tribunal regarding his guilt in war crimes

500

The Ukrainian Crisis: What type of war is it? How has power been exerted in this situation? How has does legitimacy factor into the problem?
Best Answer

500

We talked about 7 "milestones" in HR history. Name 5
The Cyrus Cylinder (539 BC) Magna Carta (1215) Petition of Right (1628) United States Declaration of Independence (1776) US Constitution (1787) and Bill of Rights (1791) Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizens (1789) The First Geneva Convention (1864)

500

Explain a knowledge economy Explain a circular economy
Knowledge- Economy based on knowledge :) Circular- Economy based on reusing :)

500

States and International organizations work towards the improvement of all mankind. Rights and justice should be accessible to all. This is a major idea within this theory.
Universalism

500

Alabama Senate candidate who is dividing his party based on sexual assault violations
Rob Moore