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1 KUVEMPU UNIVERSITY Faculty of Arts B. A - V Semester Course - VI: Principles of International Relations Syllabus/Course Inputs (Syllabus introduced from the academic year ) Course Rationale: 01. To introduce the students to the basic concepts of International Relations. 02. To acquaint the students with the major factors that determine the mature of International Relations. I. The Framework: a. Nature, Scope and Importance of International Relations. b. Approaches to the Study of INR II. National Power and National Interest: a. National Power: Meaning, Elements and Limitations of National Power. b. National Interest- Its Importance III. Principles regulating Inter- State Relations; a. Balance of Power b. Collective Security c. Deterrence IV. Foreign policy: a. Meaning, objective and Importance b. Factors influence the formulations of Foreign Policy c. Relation between Foreign Policy and Domestic Policy d. Foreign Policies of Major Countries after II World War-USA, China, and India V. Instruments of Foreign Policy: a. Diplomacy: Meaning, Nature, Privileges, Immunities, Kinds and Functions b. Propaganda and Subversion: Meaning, Types, Methods and Role of Propaganda in International Politics c. Economic Instruments d. War-Causes, Effects and Remedies of War VI. Pacific Settlement of International Disputes 1

2 Question Paper Pattern Maximum Marks: 80 Time: 3 hours The question paper is divided into three Sections A, B and C Section A comprises of 6 questions and the students have to answer any three questions. Each question carries 15 marks. Section B comprises of 4 questions and the students have to answer any two questions. Each question carries 10 marks. Section C comprises of 6 questions and the students have to answer any three questions. Each question carries 5 marks. Old Question Paper Sixth Semester B.A Degree Examination, May/June 2008 (Semester Scheme) Political Science Course - VI: International Relations Issues and Concerns of International Relations Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 80 Instructions: 1. This paper carries a maximum of 80 marks. 2. Section A carries 45 marks, Section B carries 20 marks and Section C carries 15 marks. 3. Clearly mention the serial number of the questions. Section A I. Answer any three of the following (3 15 = 45) 01. What is international law? Is international law a real law in the real sense of the term? Discuss. 02. Define arms control. Explain the efforts made at Nuclear Arms Control under UNO. 03. Bring out the aims and objectives and working of SAARC. 04. Explain the various sources of international law. 05. Explain the concept of World Government. 06. Discuss the various achievements of UNO. Section B 2

3 II. Answer any two of the following (2 10=20) 01. Define Human Rights. Explain the kinds of human rights. 02. What is terrorism? Explain the kinds of terrorism. 03. Define Disarmament and explain the various kinds of Disarmament. 04. Explain the nature and importance of international law. Section C III. Answer any three of the following (3 5=15) 1. Explain the composition, aims and objectives of WHO. 2. Write a note on globalisation. 3. Explain the role of Food and Agricultural Organization. 4. Explain the aims and objectives of UNO. 5. Write a note on UNESCO. 6. Explain the functions of General Assembly of UNO. 3

4 [Chapter I: The Framework: a. Nature, Scope and Importance of International Relations. b. Approaches to the Study of INR] Questions Carrying 5 Marks each 01. Point out the nature of the study of International Relations. 02. Explain the importance of the study of International Relations. 03. State the meaning and importance of International Relations. 04. Define International Relations and explain its scope. 05. What do you mean by International Relations? Write about the terminology in practice. 06. Point out the scope of International Relations as surveyed by Grayson and Kirk. 07. State Vincent Bakers report on the scope of International Relations. 08. State Mc Cleland s report of 1962 on the scope of International Relations. 09. What is the scope of International Relations discussed in the Paris Conference of International Political Scientists? 10. Explain the Realistic Approach to the study of International Relations. 11. Explain the Historical Approach to the study of International Relations. 12. Point out the ideas of Idealistic Approach to the study of International Relations. 13. What is the significance of Game Theory in achieving the goals of Foreign Policy? 14. What is the scope of International Relations discussed in the Paris Conference of International Political Scientists? 15. Briefly explain the nature of study of International Relations. 16. Point out the importance of the study of International Relations. 17. Mention the importance of study of International Relations. 18. Identify the importance of study of International Relations. 19. Briefly explain the meaning and importance of International Relations. 20. Write a note on the importance of the study of International Relations. 21. Examine the scope of International Relations. 22. Briefly explain the scope of International Relations as identified by different scholars. 23. What are International Relations? Mention its scope demarked by UNESCO conference. 24. State whether the subject International Relations should be regarded as International Politics of International Relations. 25. Why the subject International Relations should be regarded as International Politics? 4

5 26. What are the subjects to be studied in International Relations according to Russell H. Fiefield? 27. Point out the nature of study of International Relations. 28. Explain the importance of the study of International Relations. 29. State the meaning and importance of International Relations. 30. Define International Relations and explain its scope. 31. What do you mean by International Relations? Write about the terminology in practice. 32. Point out the scope of International Relations as surveyed by Grayson Kirk. 33. State Vincent Bakers report on the scope of International Relations. 34. State Mc Cleland s report of 1962 on the scope of International Relations. 35. What is the scope of International Relations discussed in the Paris Conference of International Political Scientists? 36. Briefly explain the nature of study of International Relations. 37. Point out the importance of the study of International Relations. 38. Mention the importance of study of International Relations. 39. Identify the importance of study of International Relations. 40. Briefly explain the meaning and importance of International Relations. 41. Write a note on the importance of the study of International Relations. 42. Examine the scope of International Relations. 43. Briefly explain the scope of International Relations as identified by different scholars. 44. What are International Relations? Mention its scope demarked by UNESCO conference. 45. State whether the subject International Relations should be regarded as International Politics of International Relations. 46. Why the subject International Relations should be regarded as International Politics? 47. What are the subjects to be studied in International Relations according to Russell H. Fiefield? 48. Explain the Realistic Approach to the study of International Relations. 49. Explain the Historical Approach to the study of International Relations. 50. Point out the ideas of Utopian or Idealistic Approach to the study of International Relations. 51. What is the role of Game Theory in achieving the goals of Foreign Policy? Questions Carrying 10 Marks each 5

6 01 What are International Relations? Write about the terminology in use. 02 Explain the scope of the International Relations. 03 Discuss the scope and importance of International Relations. 04 Explain the nature and scope of International Relations. 05 Define International Relations and examine the importance of its study. 06 Is International Relations a discipline? Discuss. 07 Point out the contents of the study of International Relations as recognized by Palmer and Perkins. 08 What are the contents of Morgenthau s Theory of Political Realism. 09 Discuss how Game Theory provides a method for decision making in conflict situations. 10 What is decision making approach? Mention its demerits. 11 Explain Behavioral Approach and mention its demerits. 12 Write a short note on Historical Approach to the study of International Relations. 13 Discuss how Prof. George Liska s Theory of International Equilibrium is an effort to organize International Relations around a central unifying concept 14 Point out the nature of study of International Relations. 15 Explain the importance of the study of International Relations. 16 State the meaning and importance of International Relations. 17 Define International Relations and explain its scope. 18 What do you mean by International Relations? Write about the terminology in practice. 19 Point out the scope of International Relations as surveyed by Grayson Kirk. 20 State Vincent Bakers report on the scope of International Relations. 21 State Mc Cleland s report of 1962 on the scope of International Relations. 22 What is the scope of International Relations discussed in the Paris Conference of International Political Scientists? 23 Briefly explain the nature of study of International Relations. 24 Point out the importance of the study of International Relations. 25 Mention the importance of study of International Relations. 26 Identify the importance of study of International Relations. 27 Briefly explain the meaning and importance of International Relations. 28 Write a note on the importance of the study of International Relations. 6

7 29 Examine the scope of International Relations. 30 Briefly explain the scope of International Relations as identified by different scholars. 31 What are International Relations? Mention its scope demarked by UNESCO conference. 32 State whether the subject International Relations should be regarded as International Politics of International Relations. 33 Why the subject International Relations should be regarded as International Politics? 34 What are the subjects to be studied in International Relations according to Russell H. Fiefield? 35 Explain the Realistic Approach to the study of International Relations. 36 Explain the Historical Approach to the study of International Relations. 37 Point out the ideas of Idealistic Approach to the study of International Relations. 38 What is the role of Game Theory in achieving the goals of Foreign Policy? 39 Explain the Realistic Approach to the study of International Relations. 40 Explain the Historical Approach to the study of International Relations. 41 Point out the ideas of Utopian or Idealistic Approach to the study of International Relations. 42 What is the role of Game Theory in achieving the goals of Foreign Policy? Questions Carrying 15 Marks each 01. Define International Relations. Explain its scope and importance. 02. Discuss International Relations as an academic discipline. 03. What is meant by International Relations? Explain its nature and scope. 04. Comment whether the discipline should be designated as International Politics or International Relations. 05. What are the contents of the study of the International Relations? 06. Explain the nature and importance of the study of International Relations. 07. Explain the nature and scope of International Relations. 08. Explain the meaning of International Relations and examine the significance of its study. 09. Write an essay on the system s theory popularized in International Relations by Morton Kaplan and Charles Mc Clelland. 10. Historical Approach is a classical method of studying International Relations. Point out its value and limitations. 7

8 11. What are International Relations? Write about the terminology in use. 12. Explain the scope of the International Relations. 13. Discuss the scope and importance of International Relations. 14. Explain the nature and scope of International Relations. 15. Define International Relations and examine importance of its study. 16. Is International Relations a discipline? Discuss. 17. Point out the contents of the study of International Relations as recognized by Palmer and Perkins. 18. What are International Relations? Write about the terms being used presently. 19. Briefly explain whether the subject should be regarded as International Politics or International Relations. 20. Bring out the scope of International Relations. 21. Examine the scope of International Relations. 22. Discuss the scope of International Relations. 23. Briefly explain the scope of International Relations as identified by different scholars. 24. Discuss the nature and scope of International Relations. 25. Bring out the nature and scope of International Relations. 26. Explain the nature and scope of International Relations. 27. Briefly examine the nature and scope of International Relations. 28. Examine the contents of the study of International Relations as identified by Palmer and Perkins. 29. Write a note on the purpose of the study of International Relations. 30. Discuss the purpose behind the study of International Relations. 31. What is the purpose of the study of International Relations? 32. What are the contents of Morgenthau s Theory of Political Realism. 33. Discuss how Game Theory provides a method for decision making in conflict situations. 34. What is decision making approach? Mention its demerits. 35. Explain Behavioral Approach and mention its demerits. 36. Write a short note on Historical Approach to the study of International Relations. 37. Discuss how Prof. George Liska s Theory of International Equilibrium is an effort to organize International Relations around a central unifying concept. 8

9 [Chapter II: National Power and National Interest: a. National Power: Meaning, Elements and Limitations of National Power. b. National Interest- Its Importance] Questions Carrying 5 Marks each 01. Write a note on Morale and National character as elements of national power. 02. Write a note on importance of technology in building national power. 03. Write a note on the influence of geographical factors on national power. 04. Write a note on the extent to which population helps or hinders national power. 05. Write a note on the classification of elements of national power 06. Define national power. 07. Explain the role of population in the national power. 08. Identify the importance of geographical factors in the national power. 09. What is the role of technology in the notional power? 10. Identify the role of ideology in building the national power. 11. What are the limitations of national power? 12. Discuss the role of leadership in strengthening the national power. 13. Explain the role of technology as an element of national power. 14. What is national power? Explain the role of population, morale and leadership in deciding national power. 15. What is National Power? 16. Give the meaning of National Power. 17. Write a note on National Power. 18. List out the main components of National Power. 19. Point out the main components National Power. 20. Analyze the importance of Ideology as an element of national power. 21. How Ideological factor play its role in strengthening National Power? 22. What do you mean by National Interests? 23. Define National Interests. 24. Write a note on National Interests. 25. Mention the kinds of National Interests. 26. What is permanent interest in the concept of National Interests? 27. What are the constraints of National Interests? 9

10 Questions Carrying 10 Marks each 01. Explain the limitations of national power. 02. Explain the role of geography in strengthening national power. 03. Discuss the role of population and leadership as an element of national power. 04. Explain the relationship between national interest and foreign policy. 05. To what extent technology and morale would help to build a strong nation. 06. Give a critical appraisal of the various elements of national power. 07. Evaluate the national power. 08. What are the main components of national power? 09. What role can Leadership play in the context of national power? 10. Write an essay on the elements of national power. 11. What is the value of National Power? 12. What are the Tangible elements of National Power? 13. Explain the Intangible elements of National Power. 14. Explain the role of morale and national character in strengthening national power. 15. Discuss the limitations of national power. 16. Examine the significance of natural resources and morale in stabilizing national power. 17. Explain the part played by population and leadership in influencing national power. 18. Discuss the inter-relation between national interest and foreign policy. 19. How does technology and morale influence the national power? Discuss. 20. Write a note on various elements of national power. 21. Discuss the important components of national power 22. Examine the role of leadership in the context of national power. 23. Discuss the value of national power. 24. Examine the tangible elements of national power. 25. Discuss the intangible elements of national power. 26. Define National Interest and discuss its kinds. 27. What is National Interest? Discuss the kinds of national interest. 28. Explain the primary and secondary priorities of national interest. 10

11 29. Discuss briefly the permanent and specific interests of national interest. 30. How does military alliance play its role in promoting national interest? 31. Explain the role of propaganda in the promotion of national interest. 32. Give the meaning of National Interest. Examine its various kinds. 33. Examine the priorities of national interest. 34. Discuss the importance of military alliance in promoting national interest. 35. What role propaganda can play in promoting national interest? Questions Carrying 15 Marks each 01. What are the main components of national power? What role can leadership play in this context? 02. Write an essay on the elements of national power. 03. Evaluate national power and point out its limitations. 04. Critically examine in brief the various elements of national power. 05. What is national power? What are the different elements which would enhance the power of a nation? 06. Examine the role of geography, population and natural resources as elements on national power. 07. Explain the importance of technology, ideology, morale and national characters as powerful elements of national power. 08. To what extent leadership and technology would help to build a strong nation? 09. Give a critical appraisal of the various elements of national power. 10. What is national power? Explain its Tangible elements? 11. Define national power? Explain its intangible elements. 12. Explain the role of population and geography in determining national power. 13. Explain the role of natural resources, technology and military in determining national power. 14. Evaluate the national power. 15. Define national interest and discuss its kinds. 16. Explain the methods adopted for the promotion of national interest. 17. Explain the elements of national power. 18. Bring out the role of different elements of national power. 19. What is National Power? Critically examine the various elements of National Power. 20. Define National Power. Explain its tangible elements. 21. Give the meaning of National Power. Explain its intangible elements. 11

12 22. What are the main components of National Power? What role can natural resources and leadership play in this context? 23. Evaluate National Power and explain its limitations. 24. Discuss the essential elements of National Power. 25. Critically examine the role of National Power in International Politics. 26. Describe the tangible and intangible elements of National Power. 27. What is National Interest? Explain the methods adopted for the promotion of national interests. 28. Explain the kinds of National Interests. 29. Discuss the methods employed to promote National Interests. 30. Explain the constraints of National Interests. 31. Discuss the limitations of National Interests. 32. Foreign Policy is based on National Interests. Discuss the statement with illustrations. [Chapter III: Principles regulating Inter- State Relations; a. Balance of Power b. Collective Security c. Deterrence] Questions Carrying 5 Marks each 01. What is Balance of Power? 02. Define Balance of power. 03. State the meaning of Balance of Power. 04. Bring out the utility of the Balance of Power. 05. Write a short note on Balance of Power. 06. List out the characteristics of Balance of Power. 07. Explain any two characteristics of Balance of Power. 08. Explain the definition of Morton A Kaplan related to Balance of Power. 09. Why was the Balance of Power broken down in Europe? 10. Why was the period between 1871 and 1914 called a dangerous peace? 11. What is Buffer State? 12. What do you mean by local/regional Balance of Power? 12

13 13. What is complex Balance of Power? 14. Define the term Collective Security. 15. What are the objectives of Collective Security? 16. Mention the basic objectives of Collective Security. 17. Write about the importance of Collective Security. 18. Write a short note on Collective Security. 19. What is Collective Security? Explain with definitions. 20. Define the term Deterrence. 21. What are the advantages of Deterrence? 22. What are the disadvantages of Deterrence? 23. What is Nuclear Deterrence? 24. What is the meaning of negative peace? 25. Write a brief note on Military alliance 26. State the meaning of Collective Security. 27. What is the meaning of Deterrence? 28. Write the importance of Deterrence. 29. Write a short note on Deterrence 30. Why were triple alliance and triple entity formed? 31. Why did England follow splendid isolation policy during the end of 19 th century? 32. Write a brief note on counter alliance. 33. Why was buffer state created? Questions Carrying 10 Marks each 01. Explain the meaning of Balance of Power with definitions. 02. Explain the characteristics of Balance of Power. 03. Illustrate the nature of the Balance of Power. 04. Illustrate the historical significance of Balance of Power. 05. What are the reasons for the breakdown of the Balance of Power? 06. Explain the different kinds of Balance of Power. 07. Explain the different techniques of maintaining Balance of Power. 08. Evaluate the relevance of Balance of Power. 13

14 09. Describe the stages of the Collective Security built-up. 10. Discuss the failure of the system of Collective Security. 11. Define Collective Security and discuss its position under the League of Nations. 12. Discuss the major attempts to establish Collective Security. 13. Write an essay on the efforts made by Collective Security to promote peace. 14. Explain the relevance of the Collective Security. 15. How Collective Security can regulate inter state relations? 16. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Collective Security. 17. How Deterrence can promote world peace? 18. What are the advantages and disadvantages of Deterrence? 19. How were Military alliances and counter alliance formed? 19. State the meaning of Collective Security. 20. What is the meaning of Deterrence? 21. Write the importance of Deterrence. 22. Write a short note on Deterrence. 23. Why were triple alliance and triple entity formed? 24. Why did England follow splendid isolation policy during the end of 19 th century? 25. Write a brief note on counter alliance. 26. Why was buffer state created? Questions Carrying 15 Marks each 01. Explain the characteristics of Balance of Power. 02. Write a note on historical evolution of Balance of Power. 03. Examine the different techniques of the Balance of Power. 04. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the Balance of Power. 05. Explain the different patterns of the Balance of Power. 06. Examine the relevance of the Balance of Power. 07. Describe the various methods of maintaining Balance of Power. 08. Analyze the patterns and assumptions of Balance of Power. 09. Evaluate the causes for decline of Balance of Power 10. Discuss the different characteristics of the Balance of Power. 14

15 11. Illustrate the different phases of the development of the Balance of Power. 12. Explain the essential factors of Collective Security. 13. Illustrate the nature and importance of Collective Security. 14. Examine the statement of Quincy Write Collective Security and Balance of Power cooperative and antagonistic. 15. What are the reasons for the failure of collective security? 16. Examine the relevance of Deterrence in the contemporary world. 17. Describe the nature and importance of Deterrence. 18. Evaluate how Deterrence can promote world peace. 19. Examine the necessity of Collective Security. 20. Write an essay on Collective Security. 21. Examine the relevance of Deterrence. 22. Describe how the Collective Security formed after the downfall of League of Nations. 23. Discuss the safety measures of Balance of Power. 24. Justify the relevance of Balance of Power in the uni-polar system. 25. Explain the different characteristics of Balance of Power. 26. Write an essay about the historical development of Balance of Power. 27. Why did Collective Security fail? 28. Explain the importance of Collective Security. 29. Discuss the different techniques of maintaining Balance of Power. 30. Critically evaluate the role of Balance of Power. 31. Evaluate the relevance of Balance of Power in the contemporary times. [Chapter IV: Foreign Policy: a. Meaning, objective and Importance b. Factors influence the formulations of Foreign Policy c. Relation between Foreign Policy and Domestic Policy d. Foreign Policies of Major Countries after II World War-USA, China, and India] Questions Carrying 5 Marks each 01. Write a note on Munroe Doctrine. 02. Write a note on President Roosevelt s four principles of America s foreign policy. 03. Write a note on Atlantic Charter. 04. Write a note on Truman Doctrine. 15

16 05. Write a note on Cuban Crisis. 06. Write a note on Suez Canal Crisis. 07. Write a note on policy of Non-alignment. 08. Write a note on Racial Discrimination. 09. Write a note on Panchasheela principle. 10. Write a note on Peaceful Co existence. 11. Write a note on Treaty of Friendship with Russia (1971). 12. Write a note on Tashkent Declaration. 13. Define foreign policy. 14. What are the goals of foreign policy? 15. Identify the role of Parliament in the formulation of foreign policy. 16. Examine the role of Political parties and Pressure groups in the formulation of foreign policy. 17. Answer in 60 words about foreign policy. 18. Answer in 60 words about Domestic policy. 19. Explain the relationship between foreign policy and domestic policy Explain the Principle of Non-violence in the Indian Foreign policy. 21. What are the objectives of foreign policy? 22. Explain the main objectives of foreign policy of a notion. 23. What is non-alignment policy? 24. Explain the importance of foreign policy. 25. Discuss the importance of foreign policy. 26. What is the meaning of foreign policy? 27. Define foreign policy? 28. What is the role of National interest in determining the foreign policy? 29. Explain the importance of ideology in the formulation of foreign policy. 30. What is the role of geographical factors in determining the foreign policy? 31. Explain the importance of historical factors in determining the Foreign Policy. 32. What is the role of population in determining the foreign policy? 33. Explain the role of head of a nation in the formulation of foreign policy. 34. Explain the role of Parliament or legislature in the formulation of Foreign Policy. 16

17 35. Discuss the role of diplomacy in the formulation of foreign policy. 36. Explain the role of Department of external affairs in the formulation of foreign policy. 37. What is the role of political principle s and systems in determining the Foreign policy? 38. Discuss the role of Leadership in determining the foreign policy. 39. What is the role of Military power in determining the foreign policy? 40. Discuss the importance of Quality of diplomacy in the formulation of Foreign policy. 41. Write a note on Suez Canal crisis. 42. Write a note on the Sindu water dispute. Questions Carrying 10 Marks each 01. Explain the external factors of foreign policy. 02. Discuss the internal factors of foreign policy. 03. Explain the role of geographical factors and natural resources in the formulation of foreign policy. 04. Explain the role of leadership and political system in the formulation of foreign policy. 05. Discuss the role of population and military power in the formulation of foreign policy. 06. Explain the principle of Non-alignment. 07. Discuss the three principle s of Richard Nixon in the American foreign policy. 08. Explain the meaning and goals of foreign policy. 09. Explain the methods of formulating foreign policy. 10. Explain the principle s of American foreign policy under the President Richard Nixon s regime. 11. Explain the features of foreign policy of India. 12. Write a note on non alignment policy. 13. Explain the formulation of foreign policy. 14. Briefly explain the features of British foreign policy. 15. Briefly explain the features of American foreign policy. 16. Briefly explain the features of Chinese foreign policy. 17. What are the principles of Indian foreign policy? 18. What is India s stand on CTBT? 19. Explain the elements of foreign policy. 20. Containment of communism was the aim of U.S.A s foreign policy after the Second World War. Discuss. 17

18 21. Explain the aims and objectives of foreign policy. 22. Explain the Principle of Panch sheela. 23. Briefly examine the foreign policy of U.S.A. 24. What is foreign policy? Briefly explain the elements of foreign policy? 25. Explain the formulation of foreign policy. 26. Bring out the objectives of foreign policy. 27. Explain briefly the relationship between the USA and India. 28. Discuss briefly the relationship between the USA and India. 29. Explain briefly the relationship between the USA and China. 30. Discuss briefly the relationship between the USA and China. 31. Explain briefly the relationship between India and China. 32. Discuss briefly the relationship between China and India. 33. Discuss the relationship between India and Pakistan in the context of Kashmir problem. Questions Carrying 15 Marks each 01. Describe the determinants of foreign policy. 02. Discuss the various instruments of foreign policy. What are the factor Influencing foreign policy? 03. Examine critically the foreign policy of Great Britain. 04. Describe briefly the foreign policy of Great Britain after II World War. 05. Discuss the foreign policy of America with its basic principles. 06. Examine the foreign policy of America after the II World War. 07. Elucidate the foreign policy of America with special reference to the post World War II period. 08. Describe the evolution of India s foreign policy. 09. Bring out the main features of India s foreign policy. 10. Explain the merits and defects of India s foreign policy. 11. Critically examine India s foreign policy. 12. Explain the recent trends in India s foreign policy. 13. Critically examine the policy of non-alignment in India s foreign policy. 14. Define foreign policy and explain how it is formulated. 15. What is foreign policy? Explain its objectives. 18

19 16. What is foreign policy? Explain about the formulators of foreign policy. 17. Explain the recent trends in China s foreign policy. 18. Examine critically the foreign policy of China. 19. Explain the principles of foreign policy of People s Republic of China. 20. Explain the principles of foreign policy of India. 21. Discuss the salient features of the India s foreign policy. 22. Examine the factors determining foreign policy of a nation. 23. Explain the principles of foreign policy of India. 24. Discuss the basic principles of American foreign policy. 25. Critically examine the foreign policy of India. 26. What is Non-alignment? Explain its role in Indian foreign policy. 27. Explain the foreign policy of U.S.A 28. Discuss the features of foreign policy of India. 29. Examine critically the foreign policy of China. 30. Describe briefly the foreign policy of China after II World War. 31. Discuss the foreign policy of China with its basic principles. 32. Examine the foreign policy of China after the Second World War. 33. Describe the evolution of China s foreign policy. 34. Bring out the main features of China s foreign policy. 35. Critically examine China s foreign policy. 36. Discuss the foreign policy of India. 37. Examine the foreign policy of India after the Second World War. 38. Elucidate the foreign policy of India with special reference to the post World War II period. 39. Explain the role of legal authorities in the formulation of foreign policy. 40. Explain the relationship between the USA and India. 41. Discuss the relationship between the USA and India. 42. Explain the relationship between the USA and China. 43. Discuss the relationship between the USA and China. 44. Explain the relationship between India and China. 45. Discuss the relationship between China and India. 19

20 46. Define foreign policy and explain its objectives. [Chapter V: Instruments of Foreign Policy: a. Diplomacy: Meaning, Nature, Privileges, Immunities, Kinds and Functions b. Propaganda and Subversion: Meaning, Types, Methods and Role of Propaganda in International Politics c. Economic Instruments d. War-Causes, Effects and Remedies of War] Questions Carrying 5 Marks each 01. What is Diplomacy? 02. Define the term Diplomacy. 03. Explain the meaning of the term Diplomacy. 04. Write a note on the meaning of Diplomacy. 05. Bring out the meaning of Diplomacy. 06. What is diplomacy? Discuss the nature of Diplomacy. 07. Explain the main features of Diplomacy. 08. Examine the important characteristics of Diplomacy. 09. Discuss the significant features of Diplomacy. 10. Write a note on the features of Diplomacy. 11. Discuss the origin of Modern Diplomacy. 12. Explain the origin of Modern Diplomacy. 13. Explain the characteristics of Modern Diplomacy. 14. What are the privileges of Diplomats? 15. Discuss the privileges of Diplomats. 16. Bring out the privileges and immunities of Diplomats. 17. Explain the method of termination of Diplomats. 18. Examine how diplomats are terminated. 19. Explain about Personal Diplomacy. 20. Write a note on Personal Diplomacy. 21. Write a note on Shuttle Diplomacy. 22. What is Shuttle Diplomacy? 23. What are the qualities of a successful diplomat? 20

21 24. Which are the important qualities of a successful diplomat? 25. What are the merits of Personal Diplomacy? 26. Write a note on merits of Personal Diplomacy. 27. What are the features of Democratic Diplomacy? 28. Bring out the features of Democratic Diplomacy. 29. Discuss the demerits of Democratic Diplomacy. 30. Write a note on demerits of Democratic Diplomacy. 31. Explain the demerits of Democratic Diplomacy. 32. Trace the trends in the Democratic Diplomacy. 33. Review the Diplomacy by Conference in the modern world. 34. Write a note on Conference Diplomacy. 35. Examine the place of Personal Diplomacy in the modern world. 36. Write a note on Personal Diplomacy. 37. Discuss the relationship between Diplomacy and Propaganda. 38. Write a note on Secret Diplomacy. 41. Write a note on Open Diplomacy. 42. Distinguish between Open Diplomacy and Secret Diplomacy. 43. Explain the main features of New Diplomacy. 44. Bring out the main features of New Diplomacy. 45. What is Propaganda? 46. Define the term Propaganda. 47. Give the meaning of the term Propaganda. 48. Explain the methods of Propaganda. 49 Write a note on methods of Propaganda. 50. Explain the demerits of Propaganda. 51. Examine the demerits of Propaganda. 52. What is Counter Propaganda? 53. Explain the term Counter Propaganda. 54. Write a note on Propaganda. 54. Give the meaning of Counter Propaganda. 55. Write a note on Counter Propaganda. 21

22 55. Write a note on method of presentation in Propaganda. 56. Explain the technique of method of presentation in Propaganda. 57. What is Subversion in International Politics? 58. Give the meaning of Subversion. 59. Bring out the meaning of the term Subversion. 60. Briefly explain the economic instruments of Foreign Policy. 61. Write a note on GATT. 62. What are the purposes and effects of Quotas and Licenses? 63 Write a note on Quotas and Licenses. 64. Write a note on Pre-emptive Buying and Subsidies. 65. Give the meaning of the term War. 66. What is War? 67. Define the term War. 68. What is the meaning of War? 69. Bring out the meaning of the term War. 70. What are the functions of War? 71. What are the causes of War? 72. Analyse the effects of War. 73. Explain the psychological causes of War. 74. What are the psychological causes of War? 75. Bring out the psychological causes of War. 76. Write a note on negative effects of War. 78. Explain the negative effects of War. Questions Carrying10 Marks each 01. Explain the passage from Secret to Open Diplomacy in modern times. 02. What is Democratic Diplomacy? Explain the causes for the growth of democratic diplomacy. 03. Define Democratic Diplomacy. Discuss the various causes for the development of democratic diplomacy. 04. Define Diplomacy by Conference. How far do the United Nations procedures reflect this process? 22

23 05. Give the meaning of Conference Diplomacy. Review the Diplomacy by Conference in the modern world. 06. Explain the role of Conference Diplomacy in post World War II. 07. Discuss the special privileges and immunities of diplomats. 08. Examine the important privileges and immunities of diplomats. 09. Bring out the various privileges and immunities of diplomats. 10. Explain the duties and responsibilities of diplomats. 11. Discuss the important functions of diplomats. 12. Define Diplomacy and distinguish between old and new diplomacy. 13. What is Diplomacy? Examine the difference between old and new diplomacy. 14. Explain the relationship between the International Relations and Diplomacy. 15. How does diplomacy differ from foreign policy? Discuss. 16. Bring out the characteristics of old diplomacy or traditional diplomacy. 17. Examine the features of traditional diplomacy. 18. Explain the various causes responsible for the decline of traditional diplomacy. 19. Define Diplomacy and explain how diplomats are terminated. 20. Bring out different kinds diplomatic functions. 21. Examine the various duties and responsibilities of diplomats. 22. Explain the functions of diplomats. 23. Discuss the role of propaganda as an instrument of national policy. 24. Examine the methods of propaganda in international politics. 25. Discuss the various techniques of propaganda. 26. What is Propaganda? Mention the techniques of propaganda. 27. Explain the role of political warfare as an instrument of national policy. 28 How does political warfare influence the national policy of the country? Discuss. 29. Discuss the importance of psychological and political warfare carried on by modern nations. 30. Explain the impact of psychological and political warfare conducted by modern nations. 31. Examine the growth of political and psychological warfare after the World War II. 32. Discuss the nature of International Trade in the modern world. 33. Explain the role of International Trade in the modern world. 23

24 34. Examine the nature of International Trade in the modern world. 35. Explain the role of Tariff and Inter-governmental Commodity Agreements as instruments of national policy. 36. How does Tariff and Inter-governmental Commodity Agreements play the key role as instruments of national policy? Discuss. 37. Review International Loans and Grants and Barter Agreements as instruments of national policy. 38. Discuss the significance of International Loans and Grants and Barter Agreements as instruments of national policy. 39. Explain the role of Economic Instruments of national policy. 40. Bring out the role of Economic Instruments of national policy. 41. What is War? Critically examine the various causes of war. 42. Define War. Discuss the important causes of war. 43. Explain the various cures or remedies suggested to solve the war. 44. Examine the suggestions offered to solve the war. 45. Explain the types of war. 46. Discuss the different varieties of war. 47. Explain the causes of war. 48. Bring out the various causes of war. 49. Explain the remedies of war. 50. Which are the remedies suggested to end the war? Questions Carrying 15 Marks each 01. Distinguish between Traditional and New Diplomacy. Which is better and why? 02. Give the meaning of Diplomacy and differentiate between Traditional and New Diplomacy. 03. Define Diplomacy. Explain the special privileges and immunities of diplomats. 04. Give the meaning of Diplomacy. Discuss the privileges and immunities of diplomats. 05. What is Diplomacy? Explain the duties and responsibilities of diplomats. 06. Discuss the functions and responsibilities of diplomats. 07. Distinguish between Traditional and New Diplomacy. Which is better and why? Analyse the causes of present decline of diplomacy. 08. Explain the meaning and classification of diplomacy. 24

25 09. Examine the various types of diplomacy. 10. Discuss the different kinds of diplomacy. 11. Define the term Diplomacy. Explain the functions of diplomats. 12. Give the meaning of Propaganda. Explain the various methods by which propaganda is conducted by nations. 13. What is Propaganda? Discuss the different techniques by which propaganda is conducted among nations. 14. Explain the meaning and techniques of propaganda. 15. Define Propaganda. Discuss the role of Propaganda as an instrument of national policy. 16. What do you mean by Subversion? What are the methods to subvert the enemies? 17. Give the meaning of Subversion? Discuss the techniques employed to subvert the enemies. 19. Discuss briefly the nature and content of the various economic instruments of national policy. 19. Examine the role of economic instruments of foreign policy. 20. Bring out the significance of economic instruments of foreign policy. 21. Explain the economic instruments of foreign policy. 22. What is War? Explain its causes? 23. Give the meaning of War. Discuss the various causes of war. 24. Define War? Explain its types? 25. What do you mean by War? Examine the different kinds of war. 26. Bring out the causes of War and suggest remedies of war. 27. Give the meaning of War. Examine the various effects of war. [Chapter - VI: Pacific Settlement of International Disputes] Questions Carrying 5 Marks each 01. What do you mean by Negotiations in International Relations? 02. Point out the role of Mediation and Arbitration in settling International Disputes. 03. What is the role of conciliation as a method of Pacific settlement of International Disputes? 04. What is Arbitration? Explain its role in settling International Disputes. 05. State how Adjudication can be a best method for the settlement of International Disputes. What do you mean by Negotiations in International Relations? 25

26 06. Point out the role of Mediation and Arbitration in settling International Disputes 07. What is the role of conciliation as a method of Pacific settlement of International Disputes? 08. What is Arbitration? Explain its role in settling International Disputes. 09. State how Adjudication can be a best method for the settlement of International Disputes. 10. What is adjudication? How it can help in settling the International Disputes? 11. Point out the importance of adjudication in settling the disputes between two states. 12. Briefly explain the adjudication as a method of settling the disputes. 13. Write a short note on method of adjudication. 14. Identify the importance of adjudication as a method of settling International Disputes. 15. Point out the importance of Negotiation, a method of settling International Disputes. 16. Mention the importance of Negotiation as a method of Pacific settlement of Disputes. 17. Briefly explain the method of Negotiation used in solving International Disputes. 18. Write a note on method of Negotiation. 19. What is Negotiation? Mention how it is useful in the settlement of International Disputes. 20. What is Mediation? State how it is useful in settling International Disputes. 21. Write a note on Mediation as a method of settling International Disputes. 22. Mention the importance of Mediation 23. Briefly explain the importance of method of Mediation. 24. What is Arbitration? Mention how it is useful in settling International Disputes. 25. Write a note on method of Arbitration. 26. Identify the importance of Arbitration in settling Disputes. 27. Briefly explain the role of Arbitration as a method of settling International Disputes. 28. What is Conciliation? Explain how it is useful in settling International Disputes. 29. Write a note on Conciliation method of solving Disputes peacefully. 30. Point out the importance of Conciliation method of settling International Disputes. 31. Briefly explain the method of Conciliation. 32. Mention how the method of Conciliation is helpful in Pacific Settlement of International Disputes. 33. What are Good offices? Mention how it is useful in solving the Disputes. 26

27 Questions Carrying 10 Marks each 01. Discuss how good offices help in solving the disputes peacefully. 02. How far Mediation and good offices are helpful in solving International Disputes. 03. What are the methods developed by the political scientists for Pacific settlement of Disputes. 04. Examine the peaceful methods of settling International Disputes. 05. How far Mediation and good offices are helpful in solving International Disputes. 06. Write a note on Negotiation as a method of Pacific settlement of Discuss how good offices help in solving the disputes peacefully. 07. Explain how Good Offices help in solving disputes internationally. 08. What are the methods developed by the political scientists for Pacific settlement of Disputes. 09. Examine the peaceful methods of settling International Disputes. 10. Write a note on Negotiation as a method of Pacific settlement of Disputes. 11. Discuss how far Mediation and good offices are helpful in solving International Disputes. 12. Briefly explain the role of Good Offices in settling International Disputes peacefully. 13. Write a note on Good Offices as a method of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 14. Discuss how the method of Good Offices is co-operative in settling Disputes. 15. Bring out the importance of Good Offices in solving the Disputes. 16. Examine the role of Good Offices in solving International Disputes. 17. What are the methods of Pacific Settlement of International Disputes? 18. Examine briefly the methods of Pacific Settlement of International Disputes. 19. Write a note on Pacific Settlement of International Disputes. 20. Discuss Adjudication and Arbitration as the two judicious methods of settling the Disputes. 21. Bring out importance of Negotiation and Good Offices in settling the International Disputes. 22. Critically examine the method of Mediation. 23. Write a note on Mediation 24. Examine the methods of Mediation and Good Offices. 25. Bring out the importance of Mediation in settling the Disputes between two nations. 27

28 Questions Carrying 15 Marks each 01. Describe various methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 2. Elucidate the methods of Pacific settlement of Disputes. 02. Examine the methods of Pacific Settlement of International Disputes. 03. Write a note on the various methods of Pacific Settlement of International Disputes. 04. Discuss the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 05. Discuss how Prof. George Liska s Theory of International Equilibrium is an effort to organize International Relations around a central unifying concept. 06. Describe various methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 07. Elucidate the methods of Pacific settlement of Disputes. 08. Examine the methods of Pacific Settlement of International Disputes. 09. Write a note on the various methods of Pacific Settlement of International Disputes 10. Discuss the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 11. Analyze the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 12. Evaluate the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 13. Illustrate the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes 14. Describe the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 15. Explain the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 16. What are the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes? 17. What is Pacific Settlement of International Disputes? Describe its various methods. 18. Explain the different methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 19. Give a critical account of the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 20. What are the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes? Explain briefly the various methods. 21. Discuss the various methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 22. Write a note on the different methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 23. Bring out the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes being developed in International Political system. 24. What is Pacific settlement of International Disputes? Examine their importance in contemporary world politics. 25. Explain the practical methods of settling international Disputes. 26. Critically examine the methods of Pacific settlement of International Disputes. 28

29 27. Explain the role of Pacific settlement of International Disputes in International Relations. 28. Make a critical assessment of methods of peaceful settlement of Disputes. 29. Illustrate the methods of settling the International Disputes 29

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