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ITS 201 Study Guide Exam 2: Middle East and Asia You should review the following are terms and topics for the exam next Monday. They came from lectures, readings, and class discussions. The mid-term will follow the same format as the first exam with multiple choice, four short answer, and one essay. Middle East Arkaan Shi’a Sunna Zionism War of 1967 Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) Palestinian Authority (PA) Hezbollah Oil Denial Policy -What are the reasons Muslim women wear “the Veil”? -What are the geographic characteristics of the Middle East? -What problems have states in the Middle East experienced in making the political transition from colony to nation-state? -What economic problems does the Middle East face? -What are the central problems Telhami sees with US foreign policy in the Middle East? -Why must Middle East public opinion be taken into account in foreign policy? -How does Telhami respond to those who believe there is a “clash of civilizations” between Islam and the West?
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Unformatted text preview: -According to Telhami, why is targeting rogue states not an effective policy in fighting terrorism?-How did the Cold War shape US policy in the Middle East?-What do you think are the 4-5 most compelling arguments for and against the viability of a Palestinian state? Asia Harrapan Civilization Silk Road Great Game Buddhism Confucianism Four Tigers Jawaharlal Nehru “Sunshine Policy” Six-Party Talks Open Door Policy “Chinese Price”-Why study Asia?-What are the economic problems of Central Asia?-What demographic problems does Asia have?-Why is India a rising power?-Describe Indian economic policies before and after 1990-91?-What are the positive aspects of economic liberalization in India?-Why does the US currently have troops in S. Korea?-What are the advantages of manufacturing in China?-What do you think are the 4-5 most compelling arguments for and against the compatibility of Asian economic growth and environmental sustainability?...
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