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POL 300 WEEK 3 QUIZ 5

POL 300 WEEK 3 QUIZ 5

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In the Cuban missiles crises, President Kennedy
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Question 2
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From Truman through Reagan, __________ policy dominated.
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Question 3
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Lack of communication between the __________ contributed to our inability to prevent 9/11.
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Question 4
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The top or most influential people are called the
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Question 5
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U.S. public opinion ______________ the use of force overseas.
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Question 6
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According to Nicholas Spykman, the key question of U.S. foreign policy is whether the U.S. should
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Question 7
4 out of 4 points
____________ was the most famous national security advisor.
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Question 8
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U.S. _________ favor a(n) __________ foreign policy.
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Question 9
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The "Pentagon Papers" generally showed that
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Question 10
4 out of 4 points
Presidents can skirt the War Powers Act by simply
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Question 11
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Picking up a distorted view of reality is called
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Question 12
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Holding sway over other countries is called
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Question 13
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Emphasizing ideology in the study of Soviet foreign policy is to assume Moscow's policy was largely
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Question 14
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Russia's chief foreign-policy tool is
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Question 15
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Russians call their former component parts the
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Question 16
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The 1962 Missile Crisis was _________ dangerous than thought because __________.
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Question 17
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Diplomats use __________ for "mutual understanding."
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Question 18
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Soviet defense costs ate about a ________ of the Soviet economy.
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Question 19
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The Cuban missile crisis occurred in
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Question 20
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Détente means


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