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Unformatted text preview: THE UNIVERSITY VENUE W OF QUEENSLAND SEAT NUMBER: STUDENT NUMBER: FINAL EXAMINATION St Lucia Campus Second Semester, 2008 POL82221- US & Evolving International Order PERUSAL TIME 10 mins. During perusal, write on the blank paper provided WRITING TIME 2 Hours EXAMINER Dr Jean-Louis Durand This examination paper has _02_ pages (include title page and attachments) and printed on Single—Sided THIS EXAMINATION PAPER MUST NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE EXAMINATION ROOM Exam Type: Closed Book — No materials permitted Permitted Materials: Calculator - No Dictionary - Yes - Unmarked paper Bilingual Dictionary only Other — No electronic aids are permitted (e.g. laptops, phone) Answer: In writing booklet Number of Questions: Student must answer 3 out of 5 questions in Part A, and write on 1 out of 3 essay topics in Part B Weighting/Marks: 30% - Part A and Part B are of equal value (15%) Special Instructions: Students must comply with the General Award Rules 1A.? and 1A.8 which outline the responsibilities of students during an examination. POLSZZZI — Final Semester Examination, Semester Two 2008 Part A: 15% of total mark Write a 300/350 word commentary about three of the following five topics: 1) Virtuous Power; 2) institutionalised hegemony; 3) The Monroe Doctrine; 4) Soft power as perception management 5) What does the following illustration suggest? Part B: 15% of total mark Critically assess one of the following three topics (1000/1200 word essay): 1) Americans believe that the US constitutes an exception in the course of human history and will always be exempt from the usual limitations and calamities that shape the destiny of other countries; 2) Do we need an alternative international order if that means that the US no longer occupies the same position as it does today? 3) History can be pushed along with the right application of power and will. (I. Kristol) End of paper Page 2 of 2 ...
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