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Pol Sci 251 Exam 1
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what does the "ulema" refer to?
a body if Islamic religious scholars
Which country has joined the global economic system since the Cold War?
Who was Saladin?
An Islamic leader who recaptured Jerusalem from its Christian occupiers during the crusades
What international relations theorists proposed long-cycle theory?
George Modelski and William Thompson
what European city was twice unsuccessfully besieged by the Ottomans?
Which country was not a global hegemon?
what country was the Ottoman's major foe in much if the nineteenth century?
What is not regarded as a "weapon of mass destruction"?
improvised explosive devices
what was the policy called that Kaiser Wilhelm pursue after 1890?
What country has an emerging economy?
which was a mandate of the league of nations?
What statesman declared, "An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last"?
what was "fashoda"?
the site of an Anglo-French colonial co formation in 1898
Who wrote: "I put for a general inclination of all mankind a perpetual and restless desire of power after power that ceases only in death"?
with what contentious issue in Anglo-German relations was Alfred von Tirpitz involved?
the Anglo-German naval arms race
What would be studied at a unit level of analysis?
the distribution of states' attitudes
what country was known as the "sick man if europe"?
What is part of the "Kantian Triangle"?
through what waterway did Russian naval vessels have to pass in order to reach the Mediterranean?
Which scholar is known as an "offensive realist"?
at what level of analysis is the theory that world war one was a result of slavic nationalism in austria-hungary?
Which schools if thought regard "agents" and "structure" as equally important?
according to Vladimir Lenin, what was the cause of WW1
Which level of analysis focuses on decision-making agencies?
what is not an assumption of collective security
states should seek to balance the power of foes
Which is an example of an "emergent property"?
The absence of hot war between the US and Soviet Union
what did decisions of the league of nations council and assembly require?
What do we call theory that deals with questions of "right" and "wrong"?
which article of the league of nations convenient allowed for the use of force against aggressors?
Who were the main contestants in what we call the first great debate in international relations?
Realists and idealists
Leader of China
With which theoretical school would the author of the following quotation be associated? "It is exactly the concept of interest defined in terms of power that saves us from both that moral excess and that political folly."
Leader of Russia
Who was a pioneer of realism
Leader of France
According to realists, what mechanism comes into play if one country or group if countries seeks world domination?
Balance of Power
Leader of Japan
What do realists regard as "utopia"?
Leader of Iran
Who wrote The Twenty Years' Crisis, 1918-1939
Leader of Israel
According to neo realists, what is the major reason for conflict in global politics?
an absence of trust owing to anarchy
who was America's leading interventionist liberal?
What was the most important and durable of Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points?
national self determination
what is the most important unit of analysis marxism?
Who was a pioneer of the behavioral revolution in global politics?
J. David Singer
Who coined the term "The Third Debate"?
What is the central issue involved in the third debate?
whether or not there us an objective reality that can be observed
what is the meaning of the claim that "Theory is always for someone, and for some purpose"?
language and theory are forms if power in global politics
what do we call those who believe that there are no truths and that what is right or wrong varies from person to person or society to society?
what are extreme postpositivists called?
What does Stephen Krasner mean when he refers to sovereignty as "organized hypocrisy"?
state sovereignty has frequently been ignored
what was the basis of the common identity of Europeans prior to the emergence of the territorial state?
to where did economic activity in Europe shift between 1050 and 1500?
Italy and Flanders
Who was the great Florentine political realist of the Italian Renaissance?
what treaty granted princes new powers under the principle of cuius regio, eius religio ("he who governs the territory decides its religion")
treaty of augsburg
what sixteenth century French political thinker contributed to the development if the concept of sovereignty?
What was "dynastic sovereignty"?
rule by the people
what was characteristic of eighteenth century wars?
limited aims of combatants
what were the great powers if the eighteenth century?
England, France, Russia, Prussia, and Austria
why did British foreign secretary george Channing support the monroe doctrine?
to balance france by preventing France's Spanish ally from regaining its american colonies
What was not a reason why balance of power is less relevant to the modern world?
there is no longer a relatively equal distribution of power among a sufficient number of major actors to permit any of them to be stopped
what was the levee en masse?
universal conscription in France
what political thinker inspired both the american and french revolution?
what was great Britain's most important export to China in the 1830s and 1840s?
what di we call the anti-foreigner violence that erupted in china in 1900?
the boxer rebellion
who was the republic of Chiang's first president?
what was the central quality of rulership in imperial China?
historically, what were the key rivals to Sunni Islam?
Which battle brought a halt to the Muslim advance into Europe in the eighth century?
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