By determining what topic the argument is about Question 7. 7. The arguments that anarchy, geopolitics, or the distribution of power causes events to occur are described by which level of analysis? (Points : 1)
The systemic level of analysis The individual level of analysis The foreign policy level of analysis The domestic level of analysis Question 8. 8. Which term refers to states behaving toward each other based largely on mutual exchanges that entail interdependent benefits or disadvantages? (Points : 1) Interdependence Collective security Reciprocity Anarchy Question 9. 9. Which of the following assumptions about the prisoner’s dilemma does the identity perspective challenge? (Points : 1) That the prisoners want to do whatever benefits them most That the prisoners have full control over their choices That the prisoners have independent identities, rather than common identities That the prisoners want to go free
Question 10. 10. Which of the following terms refers to a network of intergovernmental organizations that together make up a loose form of world government? (Points : 1) Global governance International law International regimes The United Nations
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