Global Politics Final Exam/R. Ziegler/Everest - North Orlando Campus
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Matching Part I

__1. global community
__2. greenhouse effect
__3. ozone depletion
__4. global warming
__5. tragedy of the commons
__6. pivotal power
__7. zero sum
__8. minimum winning coalition
__9. noncombatanat targets
__10. clausula rebus sic stantibus
__11. Aum Shinrikyo
__12. neoliberal institutionalism
__13. information warfare
__14. unidimensional
__15. Julian Simon
__16. Treaty of Maastricht
__17. customs union
__18. free trade area
__19. economies of scale
__20. spillover
__21. moral skepticism
__22. moral relativism
__23. proportionality
__24. deontological theories
__25. female deficit
__26. globally integrated crime 

A. terrorist group which released poison gas into Japanese
subway in 1995
B. question the relevance of ethical priniciples on international
C. moral judgements are just opinion
D. the importance and benefits of international
institutions on regimes reducing conflict and increasing integration and development
E. emerging trends toward supernational integration
F. agreement among certain nations to reduce and end barriers
to trade among them
G. theory of global warming
H. harmful transnational 'business' such as drugs
I. development of this reduces per unit production costs
by increasing mass production
J. insist that the morality of an act may be independent
of the consequences of it or that certain acts may be inherently good or evil
regardless of the consequences
K. attempts to consider the relationship between the evil avoided
and the good acheived by a conflict
L. created the European Union
M. contended that increasing population, economic development,
and technology were the answers to the world's problems --we are underdeveloped,
not overpopulated
N. union of nations which present common trade policies toward
other nations
O. claims to show the problem of unlimited growth,
but ignores technological advance
P. countries in which the female population is smaller than
it ought to be under normal circumstances
Q. may have been going on since the end of the last ice age
R. side effects of economic development on neighboring countries,
or integration of nations on their economic development
S. analysis based on assumption that for every gain there is an equal
loss suffered by another
T. notion that human industrial activity is destroying a protective
layer that encircles earth
U. the nation that tips the scale toward one coalition over another
V. theory that a coalition will seek only enough
support to prevail
W. treaties can only be binding as long as the
parties to the agreement continue to exist
X.  terrorists often do not distinguish between innocent
victims and those they may see as the guilty or culpable parties to their grievances
Y. for social science research, concepts should be as simply
defined as possible
Z. electronic or cyber terrorism

Matching Part II
__1. level of analysis problem
__2. Limits to Growth
__3. Paul Erlich
__4. Thomas Malthus
__5. League of Nations
__6. Security Council
__7. General Assembly
__8. Secretariat
__9. Secretary General
__10. collective security
__11. Rwanda
__12. peace-keeping
__13. Kassembaum-Solome Amendment
__14. free riders
__15. gdp per capita
__16. quality of life indicators
__17. HDI
__18. EU
__19. NATO
__20. SEATO
__21. Rio Pact
__22. Warsaw Pact
__23. FDI
__24. critical theory
__25. Mercosur 
__26. Nuremberg Trials

A.  formal alliance among US and Latin American nations
B. the myriad of UN umbrella agencies and bureaucracies
C. chief administrative official at the UN
D.  North Atlantic Treaty Organization
E. reiterated Malthusian population doctrine and fears in the 1960's
F. nation which benefits from a collective security or other international
agreement without cost or risk or involvement itself
G. each UN member nation has one vote here
H. UN composite of achievements in basic human
capabilities -- long life, health, knowledge, and decent standard of living
I. central African nation racked by civil strife and large numbers of
deaths in the 1990's
J.  fallacy of composition
K. US reduced UN contributions to try
to gain more leverage over some of its actions
L. international organization set up after WWI in which the US
refused to get involved
M. contended centuries ago that the world could not support
its population
N. international tribunal which tried former Nazis for war
crimes and crimes against humanity
O. grew out of the European Common Market
P. 'UN' forces sent in to referee conflicts
Q. various measures of the human condition
R. formed by USSR to control central Europe and obstensibly counterbalance
S. set up in part to answer concerns over national sovereignty
T. the South American Free Trade Area
U. the idea that aggressive and unlawful use of force by any
nation against any other will be met by the combined force of other nations
V. this alliance helped pull the US into military conflict in Vietnam
W. report published by the Club of Rome calling for population
control and limits placed on economic growth by government
X. measure of foreign investment in other nations
Y. common basis for comparing nations; wealth divided by
Z. practice follows discourse

48-52 A
43-47 B
38-42 C
33-37 D