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1 TARAS SHEVCHENKO NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF KYIV INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PROGRAMME OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS FOR the Master education-qualification level specialty international relations Approved at the Institute Academic Council meeting р., protocol #7 Kyiv 2016

2 PROGRAMME of entrance examinations for training according to the Master education and qualification level, specialty international relations The programme of entrance examinations for training according to the Specialist and Master education and qualification levels, specialty international relations, is elaborated on the basis of the Law of Ukraine "On Higher Education", Law of Ukraine "On Education", "Terms of admission to higher education institutions of Ukraine", approved by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. Applicants must have solid modern knowledge on basic subjects taught at the "international relations" training directions, specialty "international relations": Introduction to the Specialty "International relations", History of International Relations, International Relations and World Politics, Fundamentals of Scientific Research, Conflict Management and Negotiation Theory, International Organizations, Diplomatic and Consular Service, Diplomatic Protocol and Etiquette, Foreign Policy of Ukraine, Country Studies, Foreign Policy of States of the World. Based on the above disciplines the Department prepared and approved questions for examination. 1. Anschluss of Austria and its international implications. 2. Brest-Lytovsk conference and signing of peace treaties with Soviet Russia and Ukraine. 3. Versailles-Washington peace treaties system. 4. Axis "Berlin - Rome - Tokyo": essence, goal, stages of formation. 5. US entry into the World War I: reasons and consequences. 6. The Spanish Civil War, the essence of the "non-interference" policy. 7. Evolution of the US foreign policy doctrinal principles in 40-ies - the first half of the 50-ies. 8. The essence and goal of collective security in Europe projects of the Foreign Policy of Ukrainian national governments in Sources and evolution of the Indo-Pakistan conflict. 11. League of Nations and its activity. 12. Peaceful settlement in Europe after World War II. Peace treaties with Germany s allies in Europe. 13. Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and Soviet policy towards the Baltic States in Prerequisites of the Soviet-German rapprochement. The Treaty of Rapallo. 15. Opening of the "The second front" in Europe in

3 16. The politics of "aggressor appeasement." The Munich Agreement. 17. US politics in Europe after the end of the World War II. "The Marshall Plan." 18. The politics of Japan in the Far East in 30-ies. 19. Beginning of the World War II. "The Strange War" in the West, USSR and Germany "special relations". 20. Reasons and the beginning of the World War I. 21. The nuclear weapons issue after the World War II. 22. The Soviet-Finnish war. The stance of the League of Nations and major powers. 23. The Black Sea Straits regime. Stages of formation and present. 24. Non-alignment movement in international relations. 25. The shaping of the bloc confrontation in Europe after the World War II. Globalization of the bloc confrontation. 26. Tehran Conference and its decisions. 27. Specific features of German and Italian diplomacy on the eve of the World War II. 28. Japanese aggression against China, the Chinese issue in the League of Nations. The USSR and USA stances. 29. Formation of the anti-hitler coalition. 30. Ukrainian issue in the interwar period. 31. Ukrainian issue during the World War I. 32. Ukrainian issue during the World War II. 33. The Entente and the Triple Alliance shaping completion. The role of the bloc politics in the World War I outbreak. 34. The Italian aggression against Ethiopia. The stance of the League of Nations and the major powers. 35. The national liberation movements in Asia during the World War II and the decolonization issue. 36. The war in Indochina: international settlement and consequences. 37. The Yalta conference and its decisions. 38. Peaceful settlement in the Far East after the World War II. The San Francisco Peace Treaty. 39. US war in Vietnam: reasons and consequences. 40. "German issue" after the World War II. 41. FRG "New eastern politics". 42. The Arab-Israeli confrontation in the ies. 43. Bandung conference. 44. The Berlin crisis of and Middle East settlement in the 80-ies. 46. Settlement of conflicts at the African continent in the ies. 47. Decolonization of the African continent. Establishment and operation of the OAU. 48. Evolution of the Soviet foreign policy doctrinal principles. 49. Evolution of China's foreign policy in ies. 50. Completion of the Cold War and the bloc confrontation. 51. Pan-European process in the 80's. 52. Integration processes in Western Europe in the ies. 53. Integration processes in Southeast Asia. Establishment and operation of ASEAN. 3

4 54. The Caribbean crisis. 55. The Cyprus issue in international relations. 56. The Congolese crisis and the UN. 57. The Korean War. 58. Crisis of the detente policy. "The Second Cold War". 59. The Helsinki Final Act. The Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. 60. The Soviet-American relations in the second half of the ies. 61. The Soviet-Chinese relations. 62. The State of Israel establishment. The first Arab-Israeli war. 63. Establishment and operation of the African Union. 64. Formation of the Yalta-Potsdam system of international relations. 65. The Suez crisis. 66. The Taiwan issue in international relations. 67. The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: elaboration and implementation. 68. China's foreign policy strategy in the ies. 69. The Persian Gulf security issue: evolution and current status. 70. Franco-German partnership in European integration processes. 71. The issue of the UK joining the EEC. 72. The US-China relations in the ies. 73. US policy in Latin America in the ies. 74. Security cooperation of Latin American states in the 90-ies the beginning of the XXI century. 75. The Korean issue in international relations. 76. Establishment and evolution of the Organization of American States. 77. The League of Arab States: establishment, evolution and role in international relations. 78. International consequences of the USSR collapse. 79. The Central American peace settlement. 80. The Kashmir issue in international relations. 81. Shaping and evolution of inter-american security system 82. The Soviet-American relations in the 80-ies. 83. The beginning and development of the Cold War. 84. The establishment and operation of the United Nations. 85. The US foreign policy in the ies. 86. The problems of arms control and disarmament in the ies. 87. The Soviet-American summits in the second half of the 70-ies - early 90-ies. 88. The CSCE members Paris Meeting. The Charter of Paris for a New Europe. 89. The nuclear disarmament issue in the second half of the 80-ies - early 90-ies. 90. Ukraine in the process of nuclear disarmament. 91. "New political thinking" in the Soviet foreign policy. 92. Iraq's aggression against Kuwait. The war in the Gulf. 93. US and NATO activity in Afghanistan: reasons and consequences. 94. Middle East settlement in the 90-ies. 95. The US and its allies war against Iraq (2003): reasons and consequences. 4

5 96. The process of strategic offensive arms reduction in Russian-American relations. 97. NATO-Ukraine relations evolution. 98. Ukraine - Russia relations evolution. 99. Evolution of the European integration of Ukraine Conceptual framework and main directions of independent Ukraine s foreign policy The nuclear weapons at the Korean peninsula issue The Kosovo issue in international relations Crisis and collapse of the Yalta-Potsdam international relations system UN Peacekeeping at the beginning of the 21 st century NATO at the beginning of the 21 st century. Restructuring and evolution Place and role of the OSCE in international relations The unification of Germany and its implications The problem of Middle East settlement at the beginning of the 21 st century Nuclear arms control and disarmament issues at the contemporary stage The UN reform issue The EU enlargement issue The NATO expansion to the East issue The CIS and Ukraine The main specifications of post-bipolar international relations Establishment and evolution of the European Union Ukraine in regional organizations Integration processes in Latin America at the beginning of the 21 st century US-China relations at the beginning of the 21 st century Evolution of the US-Japan defense alliance Ukraine in the Black Sea-Caspian region Institutions of international cooperation in the Black Sea region International settlement in the former Yugoslavia: stages and consequences The EU Neighbourhood Policy and Eastern Partnership The APEC establishment and evolution Integration processes in Africa at the beginning of the 21 st century Evolution of the Ukrainian-American relations Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime in the post-bipolar period Evolution of the Russian-American relations Evolution of foreign policy at the beginning of the 21 st century Evolution of US foreign policy at the beginning of the 21 st century G-7 and G-20 in world politics Russian aggression against Ukraine and its consequences for European and global security Enhancement of China role in world politics Role and place of BRICS countries in modern world Expansion of SCO: challenges and possible consequences Iran new role at the international stage after the lifting of sanctions Nuclear disarmament of Ukraine. 5

6 138. The stance of the EU and the EU individual Member States on the annexation of the Crimea and current "Ukrainian crisis" US policy toward settlement "Ukrainian crisis" at the current stage Ukraine's interest in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America and instruments of their implementation. 6

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