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QUIZ

Foreign Policy Approaches

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11th
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12th
grade

History

18 questions

1. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"We must be prepared to intervene around the globe, but only when are vital interests are at stake." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
2. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. "We should not send our troops to fight outside of North America without the approval of the U.N. Security Council, and the rest of the world for that matter." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:
answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
3. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"Our goal should be to transform authoritarian states (dictatorships) into democratic ones through regime change." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices

Idealism

Realism

Liberalism

Isolationism

4. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"We should gradually phase out of ALL alliances outside of North America, since they will only lead to more conflict." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices

Idealism

Realism

Liberalism

Isolationism

5. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. "We should work as partners with the international community when attempting to combat international terrorism." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:
answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
6. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"We must draw a clear line. On one side are freedom, democracy, and the rule of law. On the other side is tyranny and authoritarianism. All countries must choose." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
7. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"We must dramatically lower our foreign policy profile and get out of the sights of our enemies. This will allow us to save money and better fix our problems at home." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
8. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"Protecting our global economic and security interests is more important than promoting lofty ideals like democracy and human rights." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
9. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"Giving top priority to our own domestic problems and staying out of international affairs is the best way to strengthen our country." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices

Idealism

Realism

Liberalism

Isolationism

10. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"The United States should focus on restoring its reputation by cooperating with rest of the world in all global matters." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
11. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"A forceful but selective U.S. presence in international affairs will discourage our adversaries from attempting to limit the influence of our country." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices

Idealism

Realism

Liberalism

Isolationism

12. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. "The United States must lead the world. The U.N. and other cooperative organizations take too long to deal with threats to world security." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:
answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
13. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"The respect for human rights is crucial for global peace and security. International human rights agreements should aim to eradicate human rights abuses worldwide. Cooperation is the only way to promote this." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
14. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. "While we will remain engaged in the world economy, we must pursue policies that benefit the U.S. economy first. Most countries put their own interests above the interests of other countries. We must do the same." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:
answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
15. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. "Democracies are much less likely to start wars against other democracies. Spreading democratic values around the world will promote long-run peace." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:
answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
16. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. "Sharply cutting U.S. military spending will encourage other leading powers to reduce their military spending. This will help lower tensions worldwide and free up resources to be used within our borders." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:
answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
17. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. 

"Alliances and meddling in international affairs only make us vulnerable. We should go back to the approach we used before WW2." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:

answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism
18. Multiple-choice
1 minute
Q. "Most issues can only be solved when nations work together." This is most likely stated by someone who prefers:
answer choices
Idealism
Realism
Liberalism
Isolationism

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