October 7 CRITICAL THINKING EXERCISE (Informal- ALL
Strategies: do we need bombs over bridges?"
See: Moodle Course Resources (Reserve Article): "Counterterrorism Strategies: do
we need bombs over bridges?"
Yes: Michael Rubin, "More Creative
Military Strategies are Needed"
No: Brigitte L. Nacos, "There is a Need to
Focus More on Building Bridges"
Federation of American Scientists
"Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan"
Field Manual" in Small Wars Journal
CRITICAL THINKING PRESENTATION
"Should the United States Support the International Criminal
Yes: William L. Nash, "The International
Criminal Court and the Deployment of US Forces"
No: John Bolton, "American Foreign
Policy and the ICC"
United States Constitution
US Department of Defense
October 26 CRITICAL THINKING
"Would the World be More Peaceful if Most Heads of State were
See: Moodle Course Resources (Reserve
Yes: "Women and the Evolution of World Politics," Francis Fukuyama,
Foreign Affairs, Sept./Oct. 98 Francis
No: "Men Hate War, Too, " Barbara Ehrenreich
and "Father Knows Best,"
Katha Pollitt, Foreign Affairs, Jan/Feb. 99
UNSC Resolution 1325
Women in Politics
CRITICAL THINKING EXERCISE
"Is Free Trade Good for the Global South?"
Yes: Mike Moore's "How Trade
No: Timothy Wise's "NAFTA's Untold Stories"
NAFTA at Ten
November 23 CRITICAL THINKING
"Should University Students Mobilize Against Sweatshops?"
See Moodle Course Resources (Reserve
Yes: "Progressive Public Relations, Sweatshops and the Net" Bullert,
J.. Political Communication,
No: "Corporate Ethics Crusade," Ethan Kapstein, Foreign Affairs, Sep./Oct.2001
December 7 CRITICAL THINKING PRESENTATION
"Can Business Help to Resolve the World's Water Crisis?"
Yes: Fredrik Segerfeldt,
for Sale" (Moodle Course Resources (Reserve Article)
No: Public Citzen, "Water