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Chapter IV of the United Nations Charter: Quiz


Question 1: Another interpretation, advanced by the ________, is that "the intent is to make certain that the world body is financed by countries, not special interests outside the organization"[3].
Friedrich von HayekCato InstituteAnarcho-capitalismFusionism (politics)

Question 2: The United States, when it was withholding dues in protest over the slow pace of ________, has historically paid just enough at the end of each year to avoid losing its vote under this provision.
United Nations Human Rights CouncilUnited Nations Security CouncilUnited NationsReform of the United Nations

Question 3: The chapter on the UN General Assembly appears in the Charter before the chapters on the other five principal organs (UN Security Council, ________, Trusteeship Council, International Court of Justice, and UN Secretariat).
United Nations Economic and Social CouncilUNESCOUniversal Postal UnionFood and Agriculture Organization

Question 4: The question of what constitutes an "important question" arose during the discussion of ________, which expelled the Taiwanese delegation from the UN and replaced it with the People's Republic of China.
United Nations Security CouncilUnited Nations General Assembly Resolution 505China and the United NationsUnited Nations General Assembly Resolution 2758

Question 5: This has been the basis for proposals to establish a ________ without formal amendment of the UN Charter.
United Nations Parliamentary AssemblyEuropean ParliamentInternational Criminal CourtWorld government

Question 6: Chapter IV of the United Nations Charter contains the Charter's provisions dealing with the ________, specifically its composition, functions, powers, voting, and procedures.
United Nations Industrial Development OrganizationUnited Nations General AssemblyUnited Nations Trusteeship CouncilUnited Nations Security Council

Question 7: The delegates of the ________ protested that this decision was illegal, and subsequently left the assembly hall.
PhilippinesRepublic of ChinaVietnamPeople's Republic of China


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