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37.According to Wallerstein, the _______ was the first global hegemon. 38.Since 1931, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are referred to as _______ of the British Commonwealth. 39.Today, Canada's RCMP is an entirely independent agency and the rough equivalent of America's FBI.40.Which Western nations claimed the greatest square mileage in colonial Africa? 41.What did Sir Robert Clive do in 1750?42.Who was King Leopold's "man in Africa"? 43.According to Wallerstein, all of these countries are considered core states, except 44.Under British rule in India, British-trained native troops were called .45.In America, classical liberalism was abandoned for a time, following the stock market crash of 1929 and the Great Depression.46.At its height, the British Empire occupied about _______ of Earth's land areas.
48.The poorest country in the Western Hemisphere is 49.When was Japan a de facto colony? 50.Why did Great Britain declare war on Germany in 1914? 51.In the actuality of war, the means of diplomacy-trade, commerce, and civil discourse-are suspended. Therefore, it can be said that radical discontinuity exists between peace and war.52.Following World War I, which country refused to sign the Treaty of Versailles? 53.Who proposed that "man is wolf to man"? 54.The country that sustained the largest number of fatalities during World War II was the Soviet Union.55.At the beginning of World War II, the Western Allies' initial military operations 56.The concept of national sovereignty was established by the 57.Anthropologist R. Brian Ferguson offers evidence that war became frequent about _______ years ago. 58.The largest imperial state in ancient history in geographic terms was established under Genghis Khan.