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Question number: 98

» International Relations » Interest and Ideology in International Relations

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Appeared in Year: 2017

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Who among the following statesmen described USSR as an ‘evil empire’? (November Paper III)

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Henry Kissinger

b.

John F. Kennedy

c.

Richard Nixon

d.

Ronald Regan

Question number: 99

» International Relations » Alliances

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NATO’s partnership for peace programme was aimed at (November Paper II)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Incorporating ex-Eastern bloc states into the organisation.

b.

Tackling problem of Serbs in Bosnia.

c.

Implementing military action against Yugoslavia.

d.

Taking action against Al Asad Regime in Syria.

Question number: 100

» Public Administration » Approaches to the Study of Public Administration

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‘Squealer’ in the Human Relations theory is (November Paper III)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

One who does too much work.

b.

One who absents himself from work.

c.

One who communicates detrimental information about others to the supervisor.

d.

One who does too little work.

Question number: 101

» Comparative Politics and Political Analysis » Organs of Government » Judiciary

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The growth of judicial power over the last one hundred years in liberal democracies have taken place because (November Paper III)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

The U. N. Directives.

b.

Protect Human Rights.

c.

Acceptance of the theory of separation of powers.

d.

The constitutions have given the judiciary more powers.

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