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  • Unit Title
    The Role of Force in International Politics
    Unit Number
    SSPC2
    Course
    Politics and Conflict in the Modern World
    Content Area
    Social Studies
    Description
    This unit focuses on the role of force as an instrument of power. Students will examine the causes and motivations of U.S. involvement in major world conflicts, both historical and contemporary. Students will examine the purposes, successes, and legitimacy of coercion force, military power, and strategic nonviolent action through investigation of various sources and case studies.
    Timeline
    10 Day(s)
    Enduring Understandings
    Understand that the causes and effect of direct conflict are complex and carry numerous implications nationally and internationally.
    Understand that there are both benefits and drawbacks of armed conflict.
    Essential Questions
    When, if ever, is war/armed conflict a necessary means to a resolution?
    What are the causes and effects of war/armed conflict?
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