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Soft Power and Post Cold War Paradigm Change

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Kod przedmiotu: WSM.INP-BDM-33 Kod Erasmus / ISCED: 14.1 / (0312) Politologia i wiedza o społeczeństwie
Nazwa przedmiotu: Soft Power and Post Cold War Paradigm Change
Jednostka: Instytut Nauk Politycznych i Stosunków Międzynarodowych
Grupy: Zajęcia fakultatywne dla II roku studiów II stopnia, stacjonarne (bezpieczeństwo narodowe)
Punkty ECTS i inne: 5.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2019/2020" (w trakcie)

Okres: 2020-02-24 - 2020-06-14
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Koordynatorzy: Paweł Frankowski, Dorota Pietrzyk-Reeves
Prowadzący grup: Paweł Frankowski, Dorota Pietrzyk-Reeves
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Efekty kształcenia:

LO1: knows various theories of power and their relevance for security issues


LO2: knows how to define soft and hard power and their different dynamics in relations between states


LO3: is able to analyze different types of soft power


LO4: is able to develop a small case study or comparative study by developing a politically and/or scientifically relevant question (of the types we discussed during the course) and applying at least one of the concepts, theories or typologies introduced.

Forma i warunki zaliczenia:

Part 1: midterm exam and class participation.


Part 2: class participation (20%) and group project on selected case of soft power in the contemporary world (80%). The project task is to develop a small case study or comparative study by developing a politically and/or scientifically relevant question (of the types we discussed during the course) and applying at least one of the concepts, theories or typologies introduced. Criteria for grading are the development of a clear, relevant questions (1) and it’s subsequent logical and consistent answer (2) by a self-developed argument (3), which is based on literature research or secondary data (5) and clearly developed criteria (6) as well as scientific concepts (7). Finally, own thoughts and inferences have to be distinguishable from those of other researchers by correctly quoting the latter (8).

Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:

LO1-LO2: midterm exam


LO3-LO4: class discussion and case study group project

Metody dydaktyczne - słownik:

Metody problemowe - metody aktywizujące - dyskusja dydaktyczna
Metody problemowe - metody aktywizujące - metoda przypadków
Metody problemowe - wykład konwersatoryjny
Metody problemowe - wykład problemowy

Bilans punktów ECTS:

Lectures: 30 hours

Preparation for the midterm exam: 40 hours

Group projects: 30 hours

Class preparation: 25 hours

Total 125 h - 4 ECTS

Skrócony opis:

The aim of the course is to discuss theoretical and empirical aspects of soft power as a strategy used by states and non-state actors.

Pełny opis:

Lecture 1

Introduction: The relevance of Power in IR and international security

J. Nye, The Future of Power, New York: Public Affairs, 2011, chap. 1 and 6.

F. Berenskoetter, ‘Thinking about Power’ in F. Berenskoetter and M.J. Williams (eds), Power in World Politics, Routledge, 2008.

Lecture 2

Hard Power, the Cold war paradigm and the post-Cold War paradigm change.

Kenneth N. Waltz, ‘Structural Realism after the Cold War’, International Security, Vol. 25, No. 1 (2000), pp. 5-41.

Giles Scott-Smith and Moritz Baumgartel, ‘New paradigms, old hierarchies? Problems and possibilities of US supremacy in a networked world’, International Politics Vol. 48, 2/3, 2011, pp. 271–289.

Lecture 3

Soft power: a theoretical grasp

Joseph Nye, Soft Power: The Means to Succeed in World Politics, Public Affairs: New York, 200 4, chap. 1-2 (available in INPiSM Library, ul. Jabłonowskich 5). General textbook.

Lecture 4

Attraction rather than coercion: Types of influence in world politics.

Susanna Hast, Spheres of Influence in International Relations: History, Theory and Politics, Ashgate, 2014, chap. 1.

PP. Destradi, ‘Regional powers and their strategies: empire, hegemony, and leadership’, Review of International Studies (2010), 36, pp. 903–930.

Lecture 5

Ideational Power. Transnational diffusion and interdependence.

Martin B. Carstensen & Vivien A. Schmidt, ‘Power through, over and in ideas: conceptualizing ideational power in discursive institutionalism, Journal of European Public Policy, 2016, Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 318-337.

Fabrizio Gilardi ‘Transnational diffusion: Norms, ideas, and policies’, in Thomas Risse and Beth Simmons (eds.), Handbook of International Relations, Thousand Oaks, SAGE Publications, 2012, pp. 477-453.

Radaelli Claudio M., Diffusion without convergence: how political context shapes the adoption of regulatory impact assessment, „Journal of European Public Policy” 2005, t. 12, nr 5, pp. 924–943.

Pawel, Frankowski Grafted or crafted: federal endeavors in East Africa and East Asia, „Asian Ethnicity” 2014, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 222–236.

Lecture 6

The new public diplomacy and soft power

J. Nye, ‘Public Diplomacy and Soft Power’, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 2008, Vol. 616, Issue 1.

J. Mellsen (ed.), The new public diplomacy: soft power in international relations, Palgrave, 2005, chap. 2 and 3.

Lecture 7

From Soft Power to Smart Power

R. L. Armitage, and J. S.Nye, CSIS Commission on Smart Power: A smarter, more secure America. Washington: CSIS Press, 2007, part. II: A Smart Power Strategy.

PART II From soft power to practice – ideas, interest and institutions of soft power (Paweł Fraknowski)

Lecture 8

Soft law as an instrument of power

Meyer Timothy, Soft law as delegation, „Fordham International Law Journal” 2009, t. 32, nr 3.

Guzman Andrew T., Meyer Timothy L., International soft law, „Journal of Legal Analysis” 2010, t. 2, nr 1, pp. 171–225.

Di Robilant Anna, Genealogies of soft law, „The American Journal of Comparative Law” 2006, t. 54, nr 3, pp. 499–554.

Lecture 9

The regulatory problem(sof markets)

Levi-Faur David, The Global Diffusion of Regulatory Capitalism, „The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science” 2005, t. 598, pp. 12–32.

Widmaier Wesley, The power of economic ideas – through, over and in – political time: the construction, conversion and crisis of the neoliberal order in the US and UK, „Journal of European Public Policy” 2016, t. 23, nr 3, s. 338–356.

Lecture 10

Standards vs regulations in post-Cold war order

Mattli Walter, Büthe Tim, Accountability in Accounting? The Politics of Private Rule-Making in the Public Interest, „Governance” 2005, t. 18, nr 3, pp. 399–429.

Mattli Walter, The politics and economics of international institutional standards setting: an introduction, „Journal of European Public Policy” 2001, t. 8, nr 3, pp. 328–344.

Lecture 11

Soft responsibility for contemporary actors

Sorel Jean-Marc, The Concept of „soft responsibility”?, [in:] The law of international responsibility, ed. J. Crawford, A. Pellet, PP. Olleson, K. Parlett, Oxford University Press, New York 2010, Oxford commentaries on international law, pp. 165–191.

Ingravallo Ivan, Handle with Care! The Succession between International Organizations, [in:] Evolutions in the law of international organizations, ed.R. Virzo, I. Ingravallo, Brill Nijhoff, Leiden 2015, pp. 450–467.

Lecture 12

Soft power strikes back

Farrell Henry, Newman Abraham L., Domestic Institutions beyond the Nation-State: Charting the New Interdependence Approach, „World Politics” 2014, t. 66, nr 02, pp. 331–363.

Argomaniz Javier, When the EU is the ‘Norm‐taker’: The Passenger Name Records Agreement and the EU’s Internalization of US Border Security Norms, „Journal of European Integration” 2009, t. 31, nr 1, pp. 119–136.

Lecture 13

Soft power and global environment

Green Jessica, Rethinking Private Authority: Agents and Entrepreneurs in Global Environmental Governance,

Tim Bartley, Sebastian Koos, Hiram Samel, Gustavo Setrini, Nik Summers, Looking behind the Label, pp. 85-111

Lecture 14

Soft power and global military affairs

Erickson Jennifer L., Dangerous trade: arms exports, human rights, and international reputation, Columbia University Press, New York 2015.

Council of European Union, European Union Code of Conduct on Arms Exports, 8675/2/98, 5.06.1998.

Seiberth Corinna, Private military and security companies in international law, Intersentia, Cambridge 2013.

Lecture 15

Soft power and global societal standards

Grynberg Roman, Qalo Veniana, Labour Standards in US and EU Preferential Trading Arrangements, „Journal of World Trade” 2006, t. 40, nr 4, s. 619–653.

Kissack Robert, ‘Man Overboard!’ Was EU influence on the Maritime Labour Convention lost at sea?, „Journal of European Public Policy” 2015, t. 22, nr 9, s. 1295–1315.

Literatura:

Joseph Nye, Soft Power: The Means to Succeed in World Politics, Public Affairs: New York, 2004.

J. Nye, The Future of Power, New York: Public Affairs, 2011, chap. 1 and 6.

F. Berenskoetter, ‘Thinking about Power’ in F. Berenskoetter and M.J. Williams (eds), Power in World Politics, Routledge, 2008.

Susanna Hast, Spheres of Influence in International Relations: History, Theory and Politics, Ashgate, 2014.

J. Nye, ‘Public Diplomacy and Soft Power’, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 2008, Vol. 616, Issue 1.

And the literature listed above.

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