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Question 1: ________ The Global Covenant 2002
Robert H. JacksonFrank MurphyJ. Howard McGrathFrancis Biddle

Question 2: This can be expressed in ________, which states that it is likely that a great power would challenge a hegemon after a certain period, resulting in a major war.
NATOPower transition theorySuperpowerHistorical powers

Question 3: In 1919, the Chair in International Politics established at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth (renamed ________ in 2008), from an endowment given by David Davies, became the first academic position dedicated to IR.
Durham UniversityAberystwyth UniversityCardiff UniversityBangor University

Question 4: ________ is the preponderance of power at one pole in the international system, and the theory argues this is a stable configuration because of mutual gains by both the dominant power and others in the international system.

Question 5:
The balance of power was a concept prevalent in Europe prior to the ________, the thought being that by balancing power blocs it would create stability and prevent war.
World War ICaucasus CampaignArmenian GenocideWestern Front (World War I)

Question 6: ________ is derived from the liberal tradition that argues that international institutions or regimes affect the behavior of states (or other international actors).
Hegemonic stability theoryRegime theoryInternational relationsInternational relations theory

Question 7: It is more common in parts of Europe and is one of the most important theoretic contributions of Latin American academia, for example through ________.
Liberation theologyPhillip BerrymanCatholic Worker MovementDorothy Day

Question 8: ________ Man, the State, and War
International relations theoryKenneth WaltzHans MorgenthauInternational relations

Question 9: It rejects the central ideas of neo-realism/liberalism, such as ________, on the grounds that the scientific method cannot be applied to the social world and that a 'science' of IR is impossible.
EconomicsNeoclassical economicsRational choice theoryBehavioral economics

Question 10: ________ (developed by Robert Gilpin) also draws upon the idea of Polarity, specifically the state of unipolarity.
International relationsHegemonic stability theoryGreat DepressionInternational Monetary Fund


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