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True-False Questions



This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1.
Difference feminists believe that men are inherently warlike, while women are more peace-loving.


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Question 2.
Proponents of positive peace call for the development of a global identity.


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Question 3.
Militarism is the philosophy that rejects war but advocates strong military preparation for defense of the state.


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Question 4.
Lenin's theory of imperialism argued that European nations invested more in their own societies than in their colonies.


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Question 5.
A strictly technical mediator maintains a neutral role in helping states to communicate when they lack other channels to do so.


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Question 6.
Proponents of nonviolence emphasize the moral aspects of nonviolence at the expense of its practical aspects.


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Question 7.
Switzerland values its global role as a state aligned with Western European political and moral positions.


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Question 8.
International regimes help states overcome collective goods problems.


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Question 9.
International organizations play a role in diffusing norms about protecting civilians in humanitarian crises.


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Question 10.
Constructivists argue that the identity of a potential adversary matters as much as the military threat it presents.


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Question 11.
Structural violence refers to long-standing rivalries between states.


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Question 12.
Neoliberals agree with realists that states are unitary actors.


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Question 13.
International regimes exist in international security but not in international political economy.


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Question 14.
The formation of the United Nations was the first attempt at creating a collective security system.


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Question 15.
Democracies fight wars against other democracies as frequently as they fight wars against authoritarian states.


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