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Question 16 Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text According to the Professor, what has done the MOST to damage or un-do the concept of sovereignty? Select one: a. The UN convention on genocide b. The US/NATO bombing campaign of Serbia
c. The Invasion of Afghanistan d. The invasion of Europe by Nazi Germany e. The US invasion of Iraq Question 17 Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text What series of events sparked the need to legitimize the process by which the states of the world recognize countries borders on an international scale? Select one:
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Flag question Question text The best example of a sovereign state “breaking the rules” of sovereignty in the modern era is: Select one:
Question 19 Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text What fantastic movie was referenced in the lecture “Sovereignty Stopper: Genocide"? Select one:
c. iRobot d. The Prestige e. Inception Question 20 Incorrect 0 points out of 1 Flag question Question text “We don’t think genocide is occurring, but perhaps there are random acts of genocide occurring,” was a statement made about Select one: a. 1940-45 Jewish holocaust b. 1999 Kosovo genocide c. 1910 Armenian genocide d. 1994 Rwanda genocide e. This statement applies to all the above.
Question 1 Correct 1 points out of 1
Flag question Question text What do you need for a territory to become a state? Select one: 3 0 qaid=180438&qu 0
Question 2 Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text Which of these is definitely a nation-state? Select one: 3 0 qaid=180439&qu 0
b. Tibet c. Scotland d. Kurdistan e. India f. Quebec g. California Question 3 Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text There are many nations without states in today's world. Select one: 3 0 qaid=180440&qu 0
Question 4 Correct 1 points out of 1
Flag question Question text The first kings, monarchs, and other leader-type figures were not rulers of a place so much as rulers of Select one: a. the land b. the people c. the territory d. none of the above

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