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Ch. 1: Multiple Choice Test

Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. This is a change.

This activity contains 25 questions.

Question 1.
The field of International Political Economy (IPE) encompasses which of the following?

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Question 2.
A "nation" is defined as a population that shares

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Question 3.
The international system is a set of

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Question 4.
What is the definition of a nongovernmental organization (NGO)?

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Question 5.
Ethnic conflict is categorized at which level of analysis?

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Question 6.
After the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1963, the Soviet Union and the United States signed the

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Question 7.
Who made use of the vacuum of power created by an ineffective League of Nations?

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Question 8.
Today's global economy

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Question 9.
Which of these groups are subfields of IR?

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Question 10.
International relations are driven by

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Question 11.
All of the following are NOT formally recognized as states EXCEPT

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Question 12.
Why is the collective goods problem particularly acute in international affairs?

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Question 13.
Which of these reflects the dominance principle in attempting to solve the collective goods problem?

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Question 14.
What is the most important geographical element of the global level of analysis?

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Question 15.
The United States sought to halt the expansion of Soviet power in all of the following ways EXCEPT

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Question 16.
Which of these represent the three basic principles to solve the collective goods problem?

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Question 17.
What do nonstate actors such as NGOs or terrorist organizations rely on?

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Question 18.
When the study of IR focuses on questions of war and peace, this subfield is known as

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Question 19.
Who are the key individual actors in IR?

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Question 20.
Which of these is an example of an IGO?

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Question 21.
Which of these regions is NOT part of the Pacific Rim grouping?

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Question 22.
Which of these is NOT considered a global war in which all major states participated in an all-out struggle over the future of the international system?

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Question 23.
Why does appeasement have a negative connotation in IR?

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Question 24.
What was the central concern of the West during the Cold War?

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Question 25.
Which of these was NOT a post-Cold War conflict?

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