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All Quiz Answers Bandwagon, example The strategy of joining with a stronger power instead of seeking to balance against them. Example: during the Cold War, America and Soviet Union are two great powers in the world and many other countries followed these two countries. Non-state actor, example It can be institutions, organizations, or corporations without government in it. Example: NGO, MNC Relative gain: a country gains compared with other countries. Absolute gain: a country gains compared with it used to be. It plays an important role in cooperation between different states and influence international orders. Global level of analysis, example It emphasizes that the worldwide condition can affect a state’s foreign policy. Example: the analysis of Global South and Global North. Atlantic charter, which countries involved This agreement signed during WWII was the basis for the creation of the UN. Countries wanted to work together and fight against Nazi in order to create a peaceful world. Two main countries are the US and the UK. Make a separate peace The strategy of independently, concluding an end to a war without regard to your allies. General Assembly, responsible for In General Assembly, all member nations are represented and they each have one equal vote. It has a brief discussion on global issues and to pass a proposal needs two-thirds of the whole vote. It responsible for the global peace and security, also promote international economic and social cooperation and human rights. Security Council, responsible for
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