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Question 1: Previously, September 11 had underscored the threat of attacks from terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda, as opposed to ________, and U.S.
Nation stateGermanyItalyFrance

Question 2: Riots from Haiti to ________ to Egypt over surging food prices catapulted the issue to the forefront of the world's attention.
MalaysiaSri LankaBangladeshPakistan

Question 3: In November 2001, Bush asked Secretary of Defense ________ to begin developing a plan for war.
George W. BushGeorge H. W. BushDick CheneyDonald Rumsfeld

Question 4: On October 14, 2006 Bush signed a law imposing sanctions against people responsible for genocide and war crimes in ________.
KenyaNigeriaSudanSouth Africa

Question 5: In April 2004 Bush announced that he endorsed Israeli Prime Minister ________'s plan to disengage from the Gaza Strip but retain Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Ariel SharonMenachem BeginEhud OlmertYitzhak Rabin

Question 6: Both presented evidence that questioned how focused the Bush administration was on combating Al-Qaeda (which was operating out of ________, not Iraq) before September 11.
Non-Aligned MovementAfghanistanNATOCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 7: Criticism also came from the governments of many countries, notably from many on the ________, who argued that the war broke international law.
United Nations Security Council resolutionUnited Nations Security CouncilUnited Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesUnited States and the United Nations

Question 8: This level was generally comparable to the defense spending during the ________.
Vietnam WarCold WarJoseph StalinCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 9: The classified version of this strategy reportedly reserved the right to use overwhelming force, including potentially ________, in response to a WMD attack against the United States, its forces or allies.
Nuclear weaponNuclear weapons testingNuclear arms raceNuclear proliferation

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  President George W. Bush sits with Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as they host a working dinner at the White House with President Hamid Karzai (left) of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, and President Pervez Musharraf, of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, September 27, 2006. White House photo by Eric Draper.
  President George W. Bush walks with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, June 13, 2006. During his unannounced trip to Iraq, President Bush thanked the Prime Minister, telling him, "I'm convinced you will succeed, and so will the world."
  President George W. Bush walks with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, June 13, 2006. During his unannounced trip to Iraq, President Bush thanked the Prime Minister, telling him, "I'm convinced you will succeed, and so will the world."
  Bush talks with South Korean President days after the 9/11 attacks.







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