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Unformatted text preview: POL 101 World Politics Midterm #2 SBU ID: You are not allowed to use any sources, including electronic devices and your neighbors’ exams. Academic dishonesty results in F for the exam, likely F for the course, and a report to the SBU Academic Judiciary. Answer Question (1 point each) D Which two ethnic groups were in conflict in Kosovo? a. Albanians and Croats b. Croats and Serbs c. Bosnians and Albanians d. Albanians and Serbs D During the Cold War, Georgia was a part of: a. South Ossetia b. Russia c. Yugoslavia d. Soviet Union e. NATO C Which two ethnic groups were in conflict in South Ossetia? a. Russians and Georgians b. Russians and Ossetians c. Ossetians and Georgians A In the case of South Ossetia, the world community emphasized this principle of international law: a. sovereignty b. self-determination c. both were supported d. neither was supported B In the case of Kosovo, which principle of international law was, de facto, supreme? a. sovereignty b. self-determination c. both were supported d. neither was supported C Which actor’s intervention primarily determined the outcome of the conflict in Kosovo? a. USA b. UN c. NATO d. EU e. Russia E Which actor’s intervention primarily determined the outcome of the conflict in South Ossetia? a. USA b. UN c. NATO d. EU e. Russia B Which actor may have tangible interests in South Ossetia? a. United States b. Russia c. NATO d. EU e. UN D Who is responsible for the terrorist act on Pan Am flight 103 in 1988? a. al Qaeda b. Iran c. Taliban d. Libya e. Syria D Which of the following nations is NOT accused by the U.S. of supporting international terrorism?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course POL 101 taught by Professor Sekercioglu during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.
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