Question QFB1 : the field of international relations (IR) concerns the relationships among the world’s_________
Answer: International politics  

Question QFB2 : In international relations, it comes out that the choices we make in our daily lives ultimately affect the___we live in.
Answer: World  

Question QFB3 : the term international relations can in fact be likened to __________  
Answer: international affairs  

Question QFB4 : In the teaching of international relations, the British method use___________and international affairs 
Answer: courses in history  

Question QFB5 : Hedley Bull is an advocate of the __________Approach to the study of international relations 
Answer: Classical  

Question QFB6 : the goal of international relations is to examine ________aspects of things 
Answer: real world  

Question QFB7 : International relations is not an __________science 
Answer: exact  

Question QFB8 : International Relations is an objective and _______approach to problems of an international kind 
Answer: systematic  

Question QFB9 : study of international relations focuses on the subjects of great ___________bearing of diverse peoples worldwide 
Answer: international  

Question QFB10 : international relations as an independent field of study is still young in relation to the study of_________ 
Answer: humanities  

Question QFB11 : This ancient source has endowed the discipline of international relations with a ________tradition
Answer: classical  

Question QFB12 : Immanuel Kant noted that the________configurations of the state had implications on its external relations 
Answer: internal  

Question QFB13 : International institutions were set up to promote_________, democracy and free trade  
Answer: liberal internationalization  

Question QFB14 : The third school in international relations which arose to critique realism and pluralism was the________ 
Answer: Structural Theory  

Question QFB15 : Diplomacy is the application of _________and tact o the conduct of official relations between the governments’
Answer: intelligence  

Question QFB16 :

The attainment of constitutional independence does open up a state to________ in international relations

 
Answer: participation  

Question QFB17 : In the middle ages, diplomacy was denoted by the study and preservation of__________ 
Answer: archives  

Question QFB18 : The functions of a diplomat include representation, negotiation, representation of interest and____________ 
Answer: reporting  

Question QFB19 : In international relations,________help to advance the beginner’s knowledge of the field of the subject matter 
Answer: concepts  

Question QFB20 : Foreign Policy helps to prevent ________ between States 
Answer: conflicts  

Question QFB21 : __________ is the essence of diplomacy 
Answer: Communication  

Question QFB22 : According to Aaron (1966:7) the ________in international relations, in the study of concepts, is an integral part of reality itself.” 
Answer: ambiguity  

Question QFB23 : Thomas Hobbes description of the international ________has had a major influence on the development of international relations theory 
Answer: state of nature  

Question QFB24 : The Summit to address the effectiveness of the OAU in 1999 was held in_________ 
Answer: Algiers  

Question QFB25 : On 30 September 1938, the __________Agreement was signed and control of the Sudeten-land passed to Germany 
Answer: Munich  

Question QFB26 : The Association of South East Asian Nations was founded in__________ 
Answer: 1967  

Question QFB27 : Among the great powers_______ is more likely in multipolar international systems than in bipolar international systems
Answer: buck-passing  

Question QFB28 : Like buck-passing, defensive realists see ________behaviour as an ultimately self-defeating strategy 
Answer: chain-ganging  

Question QFB29 : The strategy whereby an adversary is made to act in a certain way, but without having to use brute force to secure compliance is 
Answer: coercion  

Question QFB30 : In a global collective security system ______are unnecessary 
Answer: alliances  

Question QFB31 : __________was the person that popularized communism 
Answer: Karl Marx  

Question QFB32 : Deterrence is another form of__________ 
Answer: coercion  

Question QFB33 :  __________West African Countries Signed the ECOWAS Treaty in the 1975 
Answer: 15  

Question QFB34 : the structural analysis of ________States seems to reflect classical elitist characteristics and structures 
Answer: Third World  

Question QFB35 : _____was the predominant type of political order in Western Europe from the collapse of the Carolingian empire in the A.D.  
Answer: Feudalism  

Question QMC1 : The following are actors in international relations except
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Question QMC2 : According to Hanessian (1966), international politics denotes
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Question QMC3 : The content or scope of international relations is multi-varied because  
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Question QMC4 : What year was the achievement of the peoples of Asia and Africa advocated  
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Question QMC5 : Palmer and Perkins (2007) concurred that an elementary course in international relations should place more attention on  
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Question QMC6 : In international relations, two individuals exchanging warm pleasantries does not denote that they are  
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Question QMC7 :  The international arena is saturated with a lot of happenings that need to be understood such, including but
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Question QMC8 : It is meet to also understand that many of the problems of international relations are simply  
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Question QMC9 : A state must co-inhabit with other states, struggle with these states for limited resources and try within law to  
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Question QMC10 : The geographical level of relations could also be understood through the study of  
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Question QMC11 : The challenges of global relations are not new and have similarly engaged theorists since the time of
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Question QMC12 : Between what times did liberal internationalism held sway in international relations? 
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Question QMC13 : liberal internationalist thought which dominated the discipline of international relations in its early days centred on
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Question QMC14 : What did the international political atmosphere of the early1930s revealed about liberal ideals?
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Question QMC15 : Andre Gunter Frank is a  
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Question QMC16 : The purpose of diplomacy to make available the means and personnel through which what is executed by a country? 
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Question QMC17 : Organised diplomatic activity began with the relations among the city-states of 
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Question QMC18 : Which Congress made worthwhile contributions toward the standardisation of the field of diplomacy? 
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Question QMC19 : Leaders of democratic states are often constrained by which element in launching foreign policies?
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Question QMC20 : When foreign ministers, prime-ministers and even heads of states are directly involved in diplomatic negotiators it is 
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Question QMC21 : To foster better diplomatic relations among States, what needs to be established Between Countries?  
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Question QMC22 : Modern diplomacy became prominent in the late Midddle Ages in  
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Question QMC23 : The American and French revolutions brought about certain changes whereby ……….were overthrown 
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Question QMC24 : The discipline of international relations is led by which thought with others trailing behind? 
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Question QMC25 : Which term is most often used to replace states in international relations? 
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Question QMC26 : In the study of concepts of international relations, NATO is an example of  
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Question QMC27 : The viewpoint that making concessions to an aggressive power(s) will pre-empt the outbreak of war is called 
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Question QMC28 : a raging competition between two or more states anxious to extend their militarily advantage is called 
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Question QMC29 : Which term was popularised during the Cuban missile crises in 1962 by US diplomats. 
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Question QMC30 : The antic used by the US during the Gulf War was 
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Question QMC31 : Which system did Capitalism began to replace in about 1400 and 1800? 
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Question QMC32 : Cold War began shortly after 
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Question QMC33 : At the start of 2006, how many Commonwealth members did not have Queen Elizabeth II as titular head of state 
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Question QMC34 : throughout the cold war , USA's strategy of blocking the expansion of Soviet influence was 
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Question QMC35 : The former President who developed the idea of creating a West African economic community was from 
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