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Diplomacy and Globalization
Before you begin, you will want to complete the Quick Review Questions for Chapter 7. These activities are designed to ensure that you have a solid understanding of the key concepts. You can access the Quick Review Questions through the Multimedia Library link in the left-hand navigation menu, in your online classroom.
This week you got to step into the shoes of the President of the United States and deal with an international crisis in the simulation, You Are the President of the United States. You also were able to experience first-hand how many factors need to be considered when dealing with a foreign crisis. In your text, the author discusses seven different globalization trends that are affecting global diplomacy. Choose one of those trends and contribute additional analysis, evaluation, and real world examples of how that globalization trend is impacting diplomatic efforts around the world. Make sure to draw on what you learned from the simulation and the required readings, as well as from current events.
Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from the required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references.
1. All of the following describe diplomacy EXCEPT
a. for the most part it is noncoercive.
b. it may include use of threats and other forms of coercion.
c. it is extremely dangerous work, particularly since diplomats legally may be arrested by the host country.
d. it involves communications even with enemies or adversaries.
2. Economic sanctions are considered
a. highly coercive.
b. moderately coercive.
3. Diplomacy may be accomplished by
a. heads of state.
b. accredited diplomats.
c. private citizens sent as emissaries.
d. all of the above.
4. The establishment of the first recorded diplomatic mission was by the
5. The Byzantines used diplomats to
a. foster rivalry among the barbarians.
b. secure friendship of frontier tribes.
c. convert the “heathens.”
d. all of the above.
6. A truly organized system of diplomatic practices and norms emerged from the
a. Roman legal system.
b. Byzantine Empire.
c. Congress of Vienna.
d. Treaty of Paris.
7. A classic example of successful multilateral diplomacy that endured for decades was
a. the Athens-Sparta agreement of 404 B.C.E.
b. the Congress of Vienna.
c. the Versailles Treaty.
d. all of the above.
8. The highest ranking position in a diplomatic mission is that of
c. consul general.
d. chief of mission.
9. The idea that an embassy and the ground it stands on are a part of the sovereign territory of the foreign country is that of
c. sovereign extension.
d. diplomatic immunity.
10. When the relations between two countries are considered normal, they are each represented at the level of
b. consul general.
c. chargé d’affaires.
d. first secretary.
11. Diplomatic incentives, or carrots, may take the form of all of the following EXCEPT
a. foreign aid.
b. trade preferences.
c. increased compensation for diplomats.
d. debt forgiveness.
12. If two states have a perceived conflict of interest about an important security matter and neither backs down, events may produce an immediate
c. diplomatic incident.
d. negotiated settlement.
13. International security regimes include all of the following EXCEPT
a. arms reductions agreements.
b. quantitative and qualitative limits on armaments.
c. geographic prohibitions on where arms may be deployed or used.
d. efforts to reduce poverty, thus improving human security.
14. Qualitative restrictions as part of arms control regimes include all of the following EXCEPT
a. the numbers of weapons systems in a country’s military arsenal.
b. limitations on research and development, testing and evaluation of weapons systems.
c. prohibitions on weapons testing.
d. location—where weapons systems are deployed.
15. ______________ and ______________ are two of the major difficulties in combating any weapons proliferation issue.
a. Implementation and enforcement
b. Agreement and procedures
c. Capabilities and political will
d. Size and scope
16. Two approaches can be taken to combat nuclear proliferation and weapons proliferation in general. What are they?
a. supply side and political pressure
b. supply side and demand side
c. demand side and political pressure
d. demand side and military pressure
17. The problem of determining whether states live up to what they have promised is the problem of
b. treaty commitment.
18. Problems associated with arms transfers include all of the following EXCEPT
a. inability to control end use.
b. the money spent on arms thus cannot be spent on national development.
c. they contribute to regional arms races.
d. they reduce profits to defense-industry arms exporters.
19. A major concern continues to be proliferation to nonnuclear states and disaffected groups of nuclear weapons or weapons technologies from
a. the Republic of South Africa.
b. the Russian Federation and the former Soviet republics.
20. The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty has NOT been signed by
a. the United States.
c. North Korea.
d. Iran. (Kauppi 257)
Kauppi, Paul R. Viotti and Mark V. International Relations and World Politics,
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