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Understanding World Conflicts Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which international relations approach emphasizes the need for states to develop consistent internal philosophies that promote peace and harmony?

Question 2 2. Which document set forth the goal of spreading democracy and helped form the framework for U.N. policy?

Question 3 3. Which international relations approach emphasizes the self-interest of the state within a competitive system?

Question 4 4. Which is NOT true of the Marxist international relations approach?

Question 5 5. Who was instrumental in founding the League of Nations in 1920?

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Question 6 6. Which is NOT a central component of Wilsonianism?

Question 7 7. Which refers to the concept of power, or military might, being evenly distributed among a variety of states, so that no single state is able to dominate the others?

Question 8 8. If one state or power structure exercises total power within an international system, this would be considered an example of:

Question 9 9. What year was the U.N. founded?

Question 10 10. Which of the branches of the U.N. is essentially a 'congress of nations'?

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Question 11 11. When power is distributed among a variety of states, this would be considered an example of:

Question 12 12. Violence directed toward non-military targets for the purpose of intimidation and provoking fear is called?

Question 13 13. What is the term used to describe the systematic destruction of specific ethnic or racial group?

Question 14 14. What has been a leading cause of war throughout the twentieth century?

Question 15 15. Which international relations approach is based on the ideas of an influential German philosopher and emphasizes the role of economics above all else?

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Question 16 16. When a state mobilizes every available resource and puts forth full effort into war-making, this is called:

Question 17 17. Which branch of the U.N. has the authority to authorize military action and issue sanctions?

Question 18 18. If the United States and Great Britain acted in a mutually beneficial manner, this would be considered an example of:

Question 19 19. A war in which competing sides battle within the confines of a national boundary is called?

Question 20 20. An arrangement in which numerous states commit to defend any one member state with a collective response, would be considered an example of:

Understanding World Conflicts Chapter Exam Instructions

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