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Chapter Quiz 1

  1. According to Walter Russell Mead, the view that American foreign policy should focus on the promotion of democracy and human rights in other countries would be an example of the vision.
      a. Hamiltonian
      b. Jeffersonian
      c. Wilsonian
      d. Jacksonian
  2. During the Nixon administration, the emphasis on a “balance of power” strategy was pursued by his key adviser on national security,
      a. Gerald Ford.
      b. Donald Rumsfeld.
      c. Dick Cheney.
      d. Henry Kissinger.
  3. When the Berlin Wall came down, symbolizing the end of the Cold War, the head of the Soviet Union was
      a. Mikhail Gorbachev.
      b. Nikita Khrushchev.
      c. Vladimir Putin.
      d. Boris Yeltsin.
  4. The growing importance of global economics and trade to U.S. foreign policy is reflected in the creation of the
      a. Pentagon
      b. Foreign Service.
      c. Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
      d. National Security Council.
  5. Controversies surrounding the role of AIPAC in the making of U.S. policy are a sign of the growing influence of in foreign affairs.
      a. lobbies
      b. the U.S. House of Representatives
      c. multinational corporations
      d. state and local governments
  6. The 1961 attempted invasion of Cuba by U.S.-trained and assisted forces is an example of
      a. intelligence gathering.
      b. covert actions.
      c. soft power diplomacy.
      d. none of the above.
  7. U.S. State Department support for cultural exchange programs is an example of the use of
      a. public diplomacy.
      b. hard power.
      c. intelligence gathering.
      d. covert actions.
  8. The approach to the use of military force associated with the George W. Bush administration was called
      a. the Truman Doctrine.
      b. the Bush Doctrine.
      c. the Weinberger Doctrine.
      d. Flexible Response.
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