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Russia – United States relations: Quiz

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Question 1: president ________.
Gerald FordRonald ReaganGeorge H. W. BushRichard Nixon

Question 2: The aggressive privatization/free market reforms implemented by Russian President ________ during the 1990s were strongly encouraged and supported by the U.S.
PerestroikaMikhail GorbachevRonald ReaganBoris Yeltsin

Question 3: Due to this, ambassadors from five permanent veto-wielding council members (China, ________, Russia, United Kingdom, and the United States) were ready to have a meeting to make a new resolution to this nuclear strike.
FranceItalyGreeceCanada

Question 4: President ________ struck a warm tone at the 2009 G20 summit in London and released a joint statement that promised a "fresh start" in US-Russia relations.
Barack ObamaJohn Edwards2004 Democratic National Convention2008 Democratic National Convention

Question 5: In 2002, Bush withdrew the United States from the ________ in order to move forward with plans for a missile defense system.
Mutual assured destructionAnti-Ballistic Missile TreatyStrategic Defense InitiativeNational missile defense

Question 6: In December 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed and the ________ was formed.
European UnionShanghai Cooperation OrganisationCommonwealth of Independent StatesASEAN

Question 7: During the presidencies of Vladimir Putin and ________, the U.S.
Ronald ReaganGeorge H. W. BushDick CheneyGeorge W. Bush

Question 8: The United States and Russia have conducted joint military maneuvers, training and counter terrorist exercises in ________.
GreeceNetherlandsGermanyPoland

Question 9: Russia strongly opposed the 2003 ________, though without exercising its veto in the United Nations Security Council.
Refugees of Iraq2003 invasion of IraqIraqi insurgencyPost-invasion Iraq, 2003–present

Question 10: North Korea later threatened to attack its neighboring rival ________ after it joined a U.S.
South KoreaSeoulKorean PeninsulaRussia







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