POL 101 2010 World Politics Final v2

POL 101 2010 World Politics Final v2 - POL 101 World...

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POL 101 World Politics. Final examination. SBU ID: You are not allowed to use any sources, including electronic devices and your neighbors exam. Academic dishonesty on the final exam results in F for the course and a report to the SBU Academic Judiciary. (1 point each) Circle Nash equilibria in the following games: 8, 6* 0, 5 9*, 0 (1*, 1*) (4*, 3*) 0, 0 1, 1 (1*, 2*) 2, 1 (4*, 2*) 3, 2 3, 3* 4*, 3 2, 4* 2, 1* 3*, 0 5*, 6 2, 7* 0, 0 2, 9* Your answer Question (each question is worth 1 point, unless stated otherwise) B Forming alliances by joining forces with the weaker side in a conflict is known as: a. bandwagoning b. balancing c. buck-passing d. brinksmanship e. free-riding C Typically, the primary goal of insurgency is: a. violence b. policy change c. political control d. publicity e. wealth D TANs want to promote change in all of the following EXCEPT for: a. agendas b. policies c. procedures d. economic development e. behavior C Which era of world history can be defined as “wealth is power and power is wealth?” a. Pax Britannica b. Cold War c. Mercantilist d. New World Order e. Post-WWI D Stag-Hunt and Prisoner’s Dilemmas, respectively, have that many equilibria: a. SH: 0, PD: 1 b.SH: 1, PD: 1 c.SH: 1, PD: 2 d.SH: 2, PD: 1 e.SH: 2, PD: 2 D Which of the following is NOT a reason why negotiations with terrorists are difficult: a. incomplete information b. commitment problem c. issue indivisibility d. religious differences B Free-trade is a primary mechanism promoting peace and cooperation for: a. realism b. liberalism c. constructivism
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