Presentation on theme: "Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy"— Presentation transcript:
1Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy Social StudiesChapter 5National Interest and Foreign Policy
2Related Issue # 2: To what extent should National Interest be Pursued? Key Issue: To what extent should we embrace nationalism?National interestsForeign policyUltranationalismCrimes against humanityThese points to be covered in Chapters to discuss points on Related Issue # 2.
3Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy Chapter 5 related issue: To what extent do national interest and foreign policy shape each other?In Related Issue #1 from Chapters 1-4, we focused on …nation,nationalismand, identity.In related issue # 2 we will expand on these points as you learn about ‘to what extent should we embrace nationalism.’
4Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy Pp 114 … study map, figure What is map telling us about foreign policy?Pp 115 … read. Note key terms and key questions.Pp 115 … brainstorm thoughts about 4 key questions as it relates to map on pp 114.
5Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy How are Nationalism and National Interest related?Read pp Note figure 5-2, 5-3, 5-4.Deciding on actions to serve your interests3 questionsIndependent versus dependent choices … opinions?
6Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy Aspects of National InterestRead related paragraphs p117, Voices and Figure 5-5Expectations of those who govern democratic communities and nations?3 benefits of national interestEconomic prosperitySecurity and safetyBeliefs and valuesQuestion .. With a partner … ?Opinions
7Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy Changing Views of National InterestRead related paragraphs p. 117.Opinions differ …give examples of internal and external events that cause us to change our opinions/views of national interest.
8Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy Differing views of National InterestRead related paragraphs p. 118Canadian views of …PeacekeepersPeacemakersUSA (Condoleezza Rice) view?China’s view?UN (Sec. Gen. of UN), Kofi Annan’s viewFigure 5-6
9Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy National Interest and Arctic SovereigntyRead related paragraphs p. 119, figure 5-7, 5-8.Claiming sovereignty over territoriesRussian claimsCanadian claimsProtection of Law of Sea guarantees … ??Two factors highlight importance to claim arctic sovereignty.Climate changeEconomic reasons
10Chapter 5 National Interest and Foreign Policy Conclusions and written assignment … choose one.P. 118 … Can a national government ever represent the interests of all citizens through a single national policy? Argue yes or no!orP. 119 … Reflect and Respond at bottom of page. Choose peacemaking or Arctic Sovereignty. List 3 strategies and how each would be effective?