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Multiple choice questions: Chapter 02
'International orders' refers to...
The central concept of the "English school".
A network of INGOs, which co-operate to achieve particular political goals at the international level.
Any association of distinct political communities that accept common rules, values, institutions.
Regularized practices of exchange among discrete political units.
International society is regulated by...
A benign form of cosmopolitan democracy.
Diplomacy, law, and the balance of power.
None of the answer options given are correct
Elements of international society can be found in...
Medieval Christian Europe.
Medieval Christian Europe, Medieval Islam, and Ancient China.
The Catholic Church...
Made no contribution to just war theory.
Is a form of subnational authority.
Helped constitute the normative basis of international society.
Both made no contribution to just war theory and helped to constitute the normative basis of international society.
Which of the following events contributed to the emergence of international society?
Exploration and colonization of the New World.
The Protestant Reformation.
Both exploration and colonization of the New World and The Protestant Reformation.
Sceptical accounts of international society...
Deny that international cooperation is possible.
Believe it to be a rhetorical cover for self-serving powerful states.
Argue that it is unable to cope with globalization.
Believe both that it is a rhetorical cover for self-serving powerful states and argue that it is unable to cope with globalization.
Which of the following is not a challenge to international society posed directly by globalization?
Dissolution of the bonds of political community.
Organized hypocrisy is...
A term coined by political scientist Stephen Krasner to refer to sovereignty.
The legal fiction masking power relations between states.
A caution against idealistic conceptions of international society.
A term coined by political scientist Stephen Krasner to refer to sovereignty, which is a caution against idealistic conceptions of international society or the legal fiction masking power relations between states.
The French and American Revolutions...
Created new challenges to international society by raising the issue of nationalism.
Occurred in the 19th century.
Led to the creation of the Concert of Europe.
Created new challenges to international society by raising the issue of nationalism while also leading to the creation of the Concert of Europe.
Which of the following offers an alternative to international society as a way of organizing world politics?
Hierarchical, Hegemonic, and Imperial.
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