Introduction to Politics, 1Ce – Chapter 14

Instructions: For each question, click on the radio button beside your answer. When you have completed the entire quiz, click the 'Submit my answers' button at the bottom of the page to receive your results.

Question 1:


a) diplomacy between sovereign states.
b) economic relations between states.
c) the behaviour of transnational corporations.
d) all of the above.

Question 2:


a) states should not interfere with each other’s domestic politics.
b) only Western countries have some right to interfere in the domestic affairs of other states.
c) every state has a duty to resist dictatorships.
d) video piracy was a serious crime.

Question 3:


a) Nations are usually in conflict rather than united.
b) The organization is completely ineffectual.
c) The organization contains representatives of states rather than nations.
d) Some nations have much more influence than others.

Question 4:


a) entirely voluntary associations of states, with freely-chosen central authorities.
b) relatively large-scale political entities made up of a number of smaller ones, with a central controlling power.
c) large-scale political entities always held together by force alone.
d) relatively large-scale political entities held together by fear of other states.

Question 5:


a) The military power of the US
b) The English language
c) Christianity
d) Transnational corporations

Question 6:


a) The United States
b) The Soviet Union
c) China
d) Britain

Question 7:


a) The Catholic Church
b) Membership in NATO
c) The Church of England
d) The European Commission

Question 8:


a) There should be a single source of ultimate power within a state.
b) Every state should be ruled by a monarch.
c) Every government should follow the will of the people.
d) Warfare is the natural condition in international society.

Question 9:


a) Jean-Paul Sartre
b) Jean Bodin
c) Jean Brodie
d) Jeanne d’Arc

Question 10:


a) A specially-commissioned musical extravaganza celebrating the triumphs of the European Union
b) A series of nineteenth century diplomatic conferences to resolve diplomatic problems in Europe
c) Another name for the Napoleonic Empire
d) An attempt to unite Western Europe against the Soviet threat