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Question 1: ________ recognition of states, rather than de jure, is rare.
United StatesMoroccoDe factoUnited Kingdom

Question 2: If implicit recognition is possible, a state may feel the need to explicitly proclaim that its acts do not constitute diplomatic recognition, as when the United States commenced its dialogue with the ________ in 1988.
2006 Israel–Gaza conflictPalestine Liberation Organization1948 Palestinian exodus from Lydda and RamlaIsrael's unilateral disengagement plan

Question 3: The Disputed territories of Jammu and Kashmir and ________ as "Integral Parts" of the Republic of India are not recognised by either Pakistan or the People's Republic of China but recognised by Russia
Arunachal PradeshSikkimAssamTibet

Question 4: The United Kingdom recognized the Confederate States of America as belligerents in the first month of the ________.
Bleeding KansasUnited StatesTennesseeAmerican Civil War

Question 5: Several of the world's ________ entities lack general international recognition, but wish to be recognized as sovereign states.
GeopoliticsGeostrategyKarl HaushoferGeopolitik

Question 6: Renewing recognition of a government is not necessary when it changes in a normal, constitutional way (such as an ________ or referendum), but is necessary in the case of a coup d'etat or revolution.
InitiativeGerrymanderingElectoral reformElection

Question 7: Diplomatic recognition in international law is a unilateral political act, with domestic and international legal consequences, whereby a state acknowledges an act or status of another state or ________.
AnarchyGovernmentDemocracyAuthoritarianism

Question 8: Recognition can be accorded either ________ or de jure, usually by a statement of the recognizing government.
United StatesUnited KingdomDe factoMorocco

Question 9: Recognition can be implied by other acts, like the visit of the ________, or the signing of a bilateral treaty.
MonarchyUnited KingdomHead of stateMonarch

Question 10: An example of the difference is when the United Kingdom recognised the ________ de facto in 1921, but de jure only in 1924.
RussiaJoseph StalinSoviet UnionEast Germany







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