1. Why study nonstate actors as a field of international politics?
2. How might nonstate groups like terrorists, resistance groups, criminal organizations, and protest movements capitalize on the decline of state sovereignty and the rise of globalization? Give specific examples identifying specific strategies of actors in this context.
3. An undercurrent theme of this course is that the political economy of globalization has provided a structural change to actors in international society. How?
4. In what ways are nonstate “protest” actors relevant in international society? Be specific.
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