Final Exam POLI 142K: Politics and Warfare
Due Friday, 6 September 2019, at 2:00pm
• The midterm exam is due Friday, 6 September 2019 at 2:00pm.
• You will be required to submit a digital copy of your paper to the Turnitin link on TritonEd. No hard copy is necessary. Please retain a copy of your submission confirmation.
• Due to University and Political Science Department deadlines, we will not be able to accept any papers after 12:00 Noon on Monday, 9 Septmeber 2019.
• All responses must be 5 to 6 pages in length (excluding the bibliography).
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• Cite lecture and class readings where appropriate;
– Include a bibliography and in-text citations, – You may use any standard citation style, (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.),
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Choose and respond to one of the prompts below. You must cite lectures in every response; do not use outside sources.
1. Explain the complete version of combat compliance.
2. Explain the bargaining hypothesis explanation of domestic commitment.
3. Explain the wars of retribution.
4. Explain the coercion-based explanation of domestic commitment and combat compliance.
5. Explain the paradox of domestic commitment.
6. How did the four periods of warfare shape the problem of domestic commitment?
7. Explain the combat contract and illustrate it.