Final Exam 127 - Winter 2009 Prof Robert Rauchhaus PS 127...

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Winter 2009 Prof. Robert Rauchhaus: PS 127: AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY Final Exam (Study Guide) INSTRUCTIONS 1.  Bring two pens and two unused bluebooks – do not write in or on the bluebook. 2.  Complete parts I and II. Part I: Short Answer Questions (50 Points Total / 10 Points Per Question)  –  instructor will  choose five questions. For each short answer, make sure to (1) define the concept, (2) state its  significance, and (3) offer a critical appraisal (e.g. briefly discuss the concepts weaknesses if  relevant). Cite readings whenever possible. Neutrality Proclamation Federalist 6 Monroe Doctrine The Open Door Note Wilson’s 14 Points Kellogg-Briand Pact Sectoral Conflict Containment Mr. X Truman Doctrine Marshall Plan The New Look Cuban Missile Crisis Group Think D é tente Reagan Doctrine Bush Doctrine Preemption vs. Prevention Flexible Response Part II: Essay Question (50 Points)  --  Instructor will choose one question. Cite readings 
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