Globalization and International Relations Quiz

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________ corporations have been mainly involved in the race to the bottom, not governments.

Economics is just one window into the phenomenon of ________, not the entire thing.

Four Attributes of world Politics include countries or states that are independent and govern themselves, interacting with each other through ________.

Lesson 3 of International relations focuses on the interactions between ________.

A ________ exercises authority over a specific population called citizens.

Sovereignty over its territory refers to the ________ and external authority of a state.

The word 'international' was coined in _____

Jeremy Bentham advocated for a global ________

Giuseppe Mazzini reconciled nationalism with liberal internationalism by proposing a system of free nations that cooperated with each other creating an international ________

Woodrow Wilson saw nationalism as a prerequisite for ________

Woodrow Wilson forwarded the principle of self-________

The League of Nations was created in ______

______ have tremendous effects on global labor laws, environmental legislations, trade policies, etc.

In the process of legislating public international law, states sign treaties and form ______.

International NGOs can lobby individual states to behave in a certain way, challenging traditional notions of ______ sovereignty.

In the 1960s, scholars believed that international organizations were no more than ______.

After the collapse of the League of Nations, countries pushed for the formation of a more lasting ______.

Globalization and the rise of ______ challenge the traditional power dynamics of nation-states.

Giuseppe Mazzini reconciled nationalism with liberal internationalism by proposing a system of free nations that cooperated with each other creating an international ________

Jeremy Bentham advocated for a global ________

Woodrow Wilson forwarded the principle of self-________

The League of Nations was created in ______

Woodrow Wilson saw nationalism as a prerequisite for ________

The word 'international' was coined in ______

Nents began to exchange products continuously traced back to 1571 with the establishment of the galleon trade in Manila, Philippines. Dennis Flynn & Arturo Giralde: Acapulco, Mexico. Galleon trade is part of the age of ________.

In the age of mercantilism, countries primarily Europe competed with one another to sell more goods to boost their countries' economy. Mercantilism is a system of global trade with multiple restrictions: high tariffs for bad colonies, restrict trade routes. An open trade system began in 1867 and countries establish a common basis of currency, monetary reserves based on gold, create a common system allowing efficient trade and prevent isolationism of the mercantilist era. Still a restrictive system as it compelled countries to back their currencies with gold reserves. During WWI, gold reserves are depleted and many were forced to abandon the gold standard and adopted floating currencies instead. The Great Depression of this economic crisis returning to a pure standard became more difficult because 1920s, 1930s further emptying government coffers. Some economists argue that it was caused by the gold standard since it limited the amount of circulating money. The recovery of the US really began when they abandoned the gold standard and was able to free up money to spend on ________.

Today, the world economy operates based on Fiat currencies, values are determined relative to other currencies. Bretton Woods system established in 1944 during the United Nations monetary and Financial conference to prevent catastrophes from happening again set up a network of global financial institutions that would promote ________.

After the collapse of the League of Nations, countries pushed for the formation of a more lasting ______

In the process of legislating public international law, states sign treaties and form ______

Woodrow Wilson saw nationalism as a prerequisite for ________

Giuseppe Mazzini reconciled nationalism with liberal internationalism by proposing a system of free nations that cooperated with each other creating an international ________

Lesson 3 of International relations focuses on the interactions between ________

In the 1960s, scholars believed that international organizations were no more than ______

The Treaty of Westphalia was signed in 1648 to end the 30 Years War between major continental powers of Europe: Holy Roman Empire, Spain, France, Sweden, and Dutch Republic, designed a system that would avert wars in the future by recognizing that the treaty signers exercise complete control over their domestic affairs and swear not to meddle in each other's affairs. It faced a major challenge by Napoleon Bonaparte, believing the principles of the French Revolution - liberty, equality, and ________.

The Napoleonic wars lasted 10003 to 1015, with Napoleon and his armies marching all over much of Europe. The French implemented the Napoleonic code that forbade birth privileges, encouraged freedom of religion, and promoted meritocracy in government service. Anglo and Prussian armies defeated Napoleon in the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 to prevent another war. The royal powers created a new system that restored the Westphalian system: Concert of Europe, alliance of great powers - UK, Austria, Russia, and Prussia. Germany and Poland that sought to restore the wor of monarchical hereditary and religious privileges of the time before the French revolution and Napoleonic war sought to restore the sovereignty of states under this ________ system.

Klemens von Metternich, Austrian diplomat, the Concert's power lasted from 1815 to 1914 WW internalism desire for greater cooperation and unity among states and people. Liberal internationalism Immanuel Kant likened states in a global system to people living in a given territory establishing various ________.

Giuseppe Mazzini reconciled nationalism with liberal internationalism by proposing a system of free nations that cooperated with each other creating an international ________.

Jeremy Bentham advocated for a global ________.

The League of Nations was created in ________.

The Bolshevik Party was led by ________

Joseph Stalin dissolved the Comintern in ________

The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 marked the disappearance of communist ________

The Communist International served as the central body for directing communist parties worldwide in ________

The Cominform helped direct communist parties that had taken power in ________ Europe

Stalin re-established the Comintern as Cominform after ________

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Test your knowledge on the concepts of globalization and international relations. Topics include transnational corporations, race to the bottom, economics in globalization, and attributes of world politics.

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