GOVT 386 Prelim_1

GOVT 386 Prelim_1 - Government 386: Causes of War Spring...

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Government 386: Causes of War Spring 2008 - Professor Way PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION #1: Part 1 (in-class) Important instruction #1: Use two examination books : one for Part 1 (the short answer section), and one for Part 2 (the short essay). Label the cover of the two books “Part 1” and “Part 2,” respectively. Important instruction #2: Write your name on this sheet. When you are finished, exchange this sheet for the take-home portion of the exam. You must turn in this sheet in order to be eligible to take Part 2. Section 1: Short Answers. (answer 5 – 30 points) Spend about 30 minutes on this section. (6 points each) Identify/answer and explain the importance for the study of war and peace of five of the following. Provide an example where appropriate. Do not answer more than five ; if you do so we will grade the first five and ignore the sixth. 1. Brinkmanship 2. Evoked sets 3. “World leaders” and “Conciliators” 4. Politico-think 5. Another similar in type will appear here 6. Another similar in type will appear here Over
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Government 386: Causes of War Spring 2008 - Professor Way Section 2: Short essay. (answer 1 – 20 points) Spend about 25-30 minutes on this section. Briefly answer one of the following two questions. Remember that good answers will pay careful attention to evidence and anticipate likely counter-arguments . 1.
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This test prep was uploaded on 02/25/2008 for the course GOVT 3867 taught by Professor Way, c during the Spring '08 term at Cornell.

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GOVT 386 Prelim_1 - Government 386: Causes of War Spring...

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