NOUN e-Exams Past Questions: INR251 - Evolution of Modern International System

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NOUN e-Exams Past Questions: INR251 - Evolution of Modern International System

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Q: The term system has gained great importance in _______ of political science and international system

Q: Entomological evidence on the term system has traced its origin to the _______

Q: The international system has its origin foundation in the works of system theorists in the ______

Q: Kaplan identifies the variables of the system to include __ and the information variable

Q: According to Kaplan variables, there are __ types of international systems

Q: In the thinking of the Realists, the international system is defined by __

Q: Neo-realism or structural realism is a theory of international outlined by __

Q: The modern international system of states has its origin in the treaty of ___

Q: Idealism is marked by the prominent role played by __

Q: Idealism was a relatively short lived school of thought due to the failure of ___

Q: The idealist school of thought can trace its modern heritage to the tenets of Wilsonian _______<br>

Q: The major assumptions of the idealists is that there is __ of interest among nation states

Q: Approaches to the understanding of international system is not just an intellectual enterprise but one which has __________

Q: Melian Dialogue present the classic debate between the __ views in which each side represents one extreme of the spectrum

Q: In international relations, __ refers to series of disagreement between international relations scholars

Q: After World War1, the __________ was formed with the aim of preventing any repetition of such an appalling conflict

Q: Period of classical international system was born out of the events of the __ that brought to an end the thirty year war

Q: The Peace of Westphalia is not a liberal movement of political transformation by symbolises a ___

Q: International politics in the classical international system was essentially __ politicts

Q: The European states were not only similar in power capability but also in terms of wealth and _________ strength

Q: Polarity refers to the number of __________ that exert power in the international system

Q: ____ concern of actors in the international system makes it seem as if they are working consciously to maintain stability in the system

Q: The concept of interdependence became popularised in international relations through the work of ___

Q: The classical international system was cosmopolitan and __ oriented

Q: Classical international system was characterised by low degree of interdependence in terms of ___

Q: The international system retained and consolidated the ___ conception of international system

Q: The emergence of the transnational international system can be linked to events of _______________

Q: A special category of non-state actors that are significant as actors in post 1945 era is _______________

Q: Polarity is the distribution of power in which __ states have the majority of economic and military influence internationally

Q: Many of the newly states in the international system are located in _________ hemisphere

Q: During the Cold War era independent states chose to be __ in the face of the east-west confrontations

Q: The collapse of USSR was a consensus effort by the _______ party to dismantle the country

Q: The collapse of USSR was as a result of struggle between the Communists and the __

Q: International actors refer any _______ which is able to act and influence international system

Q: The thirty years war, which consists of series of declared and undeclared wars raged through the years of the year {#1} to {#2}




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Re: NOUN e-Exams Past Questions: INR251 - Evolution of Modern International System

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Q: The term nation refers to cultural and social entity and country refers to_________

Q: In international system each state has the attributes of ___

Q: States enter into a system of international rules, procedures and __ governing behaviour of governments officials

Q: Which of this is not a perspective of realism?

Q: __ is the author of the twenty years crisis

Q: Liberal idealism roots lie in broader liberal thought originating in era of __

Q: The _______ see conflict as norm in international affairs.<br>

Q: Neo-conservatism is the product policy strategists tagged __

Q: The neoliberal idealists focus on the institutional building, regime creation and the search for absolute rather than ________ gains

Q: The major doctrinally position of neoconservatives is that they depict international system as the struggle good and ____________

Q: History of the Peloponnesian war was written by __

Q: Morgenthau was credited with having ________ classical realism

Q: The first great debate between idealism and realism highlights idealist-realist_____

Q: ________ was the main instrument for stability in the international system

Q: The emergence of transitional system was emergence of the era of ________

Q: The era of transitional international system was the period of ________ revolution

Q: Industrialisation created wide disparities in power configuration among _________

Q: At a point the European powers controlled ______ per cent of the entire territory of the globe

Q: The decline of the European domination of the globe started unfolding between __

Q: _______ was the President of USA when Lenin was the leader of USSR

Q: The era of transitional international system witnessed the flourishing of interdependence among states especially in the area of _________

Q: The impact of the _______ exacerbated the tension that resulted into the World War 11

Q: The transitional international system spanned from ________ 1945

Q: The system which started as ___ gradually expanded to become world system

Q: The period 1789-1945 is referred as _______ in the historical development of international system.

Q: The end of World War 11 marked a decisive shift in the ___ system

Q: USSR and USA were tagged as ________ so as to differentiate them other powerful nations

Q: The loose confederation of the German speaking territories formed Germany in __

Q: Intergovernmental Organisations are international actors with only __ as their members

Q: General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs, World Bank and International Monetary Fund are concerned basically with area of ________

Q: Non-governmental organization has a history dating back to __

Q: The international system are permanently anarchic because all the units are __

Q: The international system witnessed a __ of states within the system

Q: The world of this era is highly stratified into several _________

Q: The states can only maintain their interest through the acquisition and use of __



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