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‘Nielson/Hahn/Ward GDI 04 Feminism A. INC Shells F. Butler 1. International Relations INC 24 1, Answers to Gendered Language 118-120 2. Gendered Language INC 5-6 2. Links 121-124 3. Butler INC 7-10 3. Impacts 125 4. Alternative 126-130, B. Links - 1. Capitalism 11-4 G, Affirmative Answers 2. Dichotomy 15-17 1. General Feminism Fails 131-137 3. Gendered Language 18-20 2. Perms 138-139 4, Greece 21-22 3. UN solves sexual violence 140 5. Generic International Relations | 23-31 4, Western Feminism Bad 141 6. Military 32-37 5. Womyn's Role is Good Now 142-149 7. Patriarchy 38-39 8. Protect Womyn 40-43 9. Realism 44-49 10. Rights Discourse 50 LI. State/Politics 51-60 12, UN/Peacekeeping 61 C. Impact y 1. Environment 62° ‘ 2. Extinction 63 3, Security 64-65 4, Sexual Violence 66 5. Silence Womyn 67-68 6. Oppression 69-71 D. Alternative 1. Deconstruction 12-78 2. Examine and Question 79 3. Gender Balance 80-83 4, Interrogate/Criticize - 84-90 5, Reject Capitalism 91-92 6. Recognition 93 7. Reject 94.95 8. Rights Discourse 96 E. Answers To: 1. Alternative Fails 7 2. Apology 98 3. Black Feminism: 99 4, Nihilism 100 5. No link 101 6. Perm 102-107 7. Status Quo Good 108 8. Feminism is Western 109 9. Womyn Bad 1-117 ‘Nielson/Habn/Ward ol aA FEM Tohernafional Relations INC Shell A. Link- ‘THE UNITED NATIONS VIEWS SECURITY WITH A DISCRIMINATIVE EYE, IGNORING THE PLIGHT OF WOMEN AND CONTINUING TO SUBJUGATE THEM. Dianne Otto-University of Melbourne, Faculty of Law-1999 - “Whose Security? Re-imagining Post Cold War Peacekeeping from a Feminist Perspective” pgs. 68-69 "The tote Cold Wer approach to ecu, which batssed the bipolar starus quo, concen ity 10 military and state CSuetiome thot os pain OF CAT EE oor stites from superpower expansionism and upholding the principle of ‘non-intervention in the internal affairs of states, even in the face of ‘massive human rights violations.!” This approach to security did not ‘even purport to address the underlying causes of global insecurity on which superpower dominion relied. Even the UN's decolonization agenda served the interests of the Cold War powers by producing postcolonial elites with allegiances to one or the other version of Earope, despite their attempts at Mi-alignment.1? Indeed, the Cold ‘Them chickens is the UN. We went to New York to meet these player haters’, — Ai: a co ‘Ison/Hahn/ Ward GDI 04 %, FEM __“Taternaticnal Rel@bions NC Shel) B. Brpack ‘Women’s oppression results in all other oppression Jill Steans ~ prof of LR. @ Birmingham - ‘98 ational Relations, p. 19-20 ‘Marxist feminism has been criticized precisely because it fails to explain how patriarchy works independentiy of capitalism and how mea of all classes and races can derive particular benefits from a male-dominated social order. In the finat analysis, Marxist feminists stress the importance of class in understanding systems of subordination. In order to understand gender inequality, Marxists begin from a historical analysis of the development of capitalism as a social and economic system. However, radical femi- nnism® sees women’s oppression not as a by-product of capitalism, but rather as the root of all systems of oppression. The central concept in radical feminist thought is. triarchy. Patriarchy, which \ means iterally "the cule of faen™ 6 ee fe domination over womer istatvo-arthe-Teot BT the social construction of'gender, Radical feminnstr-angme that ger mae distinctions, usually aitimed to be natural, structure every aspect of our lives, including crucially the realm of sexuality and sexual relations. Some radical feminists have developed the idea of ‘sex-gender systems’ to cap- ture the alkpervasive nature of patriarchal domination. Radical ferainists were the first to articulate what is now generally re- garded as the central insight of feminist thought: the personal is political. From this perspective, women’s liberation does not only involve striving to achieve formal equality, access to public space and to the means of production, but also involves a thorough- going transformation in the most private and intimate spheres of human relationships’ ‘Them chickens is the UN We went to New York to meet these player haters’, — Ali G,