A a temptation to start an international crisis to

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A: a temptation to start an international crisis to create public support at home 8.) What is the unitary state assumption? A: The treatment of states as coherent actors with a set of interests that belong to the state 9.) What is a theory? A: A logically consistent set of statements that explain a phenomenon of interest 10.) Which of the following best describes an alliance? A: An institution that helps states cooperate militarily to achieve their common security goals 11.) What is the democratic peace? A: Countries with democratic governments are less likely to go to war with other democracies, but as likely to go to war with autocratic countries as any other country 12.) Which of the following is an example of an interaction? A: A country decides to lower taxes on imports due to a threat from another country 13.) Which of the following countries had a global hegemonic influence in the 19th century? A: England 14.) Which of the following is an example of an institution? A: A norm against nuclear weapons proliferation 15.) Why would a state agree to a dispute settlement it did not like? A: The cost of going to war over the dispute would be more costly than accepting the settlement 16.) Which of the following is an example of interests held by an actor
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A: The United States’ desire to maintain security against an Iraqi threat 17.) How was the nuclear arms race between the United States and Soviet Union analogous to the prisoner's’ dilemma?
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