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Write a 6 pages essay. Choose one only:

1. Use the ww1 case to illustrate a general theory of war. [sources: lectures, Fromkin]

2. Use the Cold War to illustrate the security dilemma. [sources: lectures, Doyle]

3. Use the bargains hypothesis to explain the variability of domestic commitment. [sources: lectures, Kindvatter]

4. Use the bargains hypothesis to explain the reinvention of the citizen soldier. [sources: lectures, Kindvatter]

5. Explain the long term military divergence between East Asia and Europe be sure to use the concept of hegemony. Lectures Andrade 6Use the combat contract hypothesis to explain compliance behavior in ww2 Korea or Vietnam [sources: lectures, Kindvatter]

7. Explain the strengths and limitations of coercion in understanding the variability of domestic commitment and combat compliance. [sources: lectures, Kindvatter]

8. Explain NorthKoreas determination to develop nuclear weapons lectures;Doyle 9How does the balance of power explain inter state behavior in the contemporary Mid East. [sources: lectures, Doyle]

*You MUST use the sources in parentheses. You can also use other sources if they are relevant. Please include in-text citations and work cited page at the end of the paper (which will not count toward your page total)

*Do not copy, imitate, or paraphrase others work

*On time


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Cold War to Illustrate the Security Dilemma
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Introduction
The security dilemma can be said to refer to the difficulty that may be imposed by trying
to increase one country’s security while on the other hand inadvertently trying to decrease the
security system of the other countries. The cold war existed among many countries basing it on
nature. The commonly known cold war relates to the United States and the Soviet Union. It
becomes imperative for a state to understand the causes and the way in which it can deter the
occurrence of such attacks to its citizens.
Security Dilemma
The security dilemma has been the integral portion of the explanations of the way in
which the peace-seeking countries may end up blundering into the wars as well as the arms
races. In this case, one state may decide to improve its security but on the other hand deter
outside (other states) by trying to build up more arms (Tang, 2009). Such a situation may cause
misinterpretation. If a neighboring country witnesses about the security buildup, it may end up
misinterpreting that the preparations; are meant for the future aggressions. It will thus feel so
much threatened and also attempt to acquire more arms so as to improve its security. It is thus
evident that the suspicion of one country may result in increased tension, arms races as well as
war. The conflict will arise as a result of the states' misperceptions as well as miscommunication.
This may have been as a result of the failures of the policy makers as well as the lack of
conveyance of the peaceful intentions the moment the nation was building up the weapons.
Security dilemma is paramount to understand how the states with similar and compatible
goals end up competing and at long last war. This may result in a spiral model where some
nations interact but they are all seeking security only. This situation will tend to fuel unhealthy
competition and ends up straining the political relations that exist between or among the nations.

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Moreover, the nature and the magnitude of the dilemma may depend on the defense balance
where the states have equal weaponry or the defense differentiation of the weapons.
The security dilemma can, therefore, vary from on nation to another as well as vary
across the time. This is despite the fact that the nations are regulated by the international anarchy
system which is static; variations may exist especially in the attractiveness of a nation to
cooperate. This is the prospect for the probability of the war or for the ac...

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