MEI Test Geopolitics

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Task 1.
Question 1. What is geopolitics?

1. It is a science that studies the complex geographical, historical and political factors affecting the capacity of the state;
2. it is a science, a system of knowledge on the control of space;
3. This doctrine views the state as a geographical body.

Question 2: Is it true that geopolitics does not become a real tool for changing the world and is the key to forecasting the policy of the leading countries?

1. Yes;
2. No.

Question 3. Which of the following is NOT a scientific approach, on the basis of which could not be geopolitics?

1. The civilized;
2. The military-strategic;
3. Geographical determinalizma theories;
4. History.

Question 4. Who is considered the founder of civilized approach to the historical process?

1. American naval theorist, historian Alfred Mahan (1840-1914 gg.);
2. Russian scientist N. Danilevsky (1822-1885 gg.);
3. Professor of Geography, University of London, Henry Thomas Buckle.

Question 5. What is the subject of geopolitics as a science?

1. Planetary space, geopolitical processes and phenomena in the world community as a system;
2. The study of the states in their relation to space;
3. The dynamics of the historical development of their relations.




Task 9.
Question 1. What is the strategic goal of Russia towards Iran?

1. Combining with Iran against the American expansion in the Caspian Sea;
2. The combination of trade partnership with the investment;
3. To avoid the influence of Atlanticism Iran.

Question 2. What geopolitically in recent years of the last century and now are the Moscow and New Delhi?

1. For the fact that the trend towards multipolarity has become central to the formation of a new system of geopolitical relations;
2. for the territorial integrity, non-interference in the ethnic disputes;
3. the strengthening of stability and security in the Asian region.

Question 3: Can we say that Moscow and New Delhi are able to counter the unipolar world at least dvuhpolyu

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