Indian Foreign Policy solved MCQs

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chapter:   Unit 1

1. “Foreign Policy is the substance of foreign relations”. Who said this?

a. George Modelski

B. JR Childs

c. Schleider

d. Norman Hill

2. “Foreign Policies are synthesis of the ends national interest) and means power andcapabilities) of nation-state”. Who said this?

a. Hartman

B. Hugh Gibson

c. Padelford and Lincoln

d. Couloumbis and Wolfe

3. “Foreign Policy is a systematic statement of deliberately selected national interests”. Whosaid this

a. Hartman

B. Holstei

c. Mohinder Kumar

d. Cecil V Crabb

4. Who is the chief architect of Indian Foreign Policy?

a. Motilal Nehru

B. BR Ambedkar

c. Jawaharlal Nehru

d. Rejendra Prasad

5. Which article related to the objective Indian Foreign Policy?

a. Article 51

B. Article 55

c. Article 61

d. Article 65

6. The main aim of India’s foreign policy is

a. To secure her national interest

B. To become more powerful country

c. To be the permanent member of UN Security Council

d. To promote international peace and security

7. Article 51 of Indian Constitution is under the

a. Fundamental Rights

B. Fundamental Duties

c. Directive Principles of State Policy

d. Part V- Union Government

8. India supported the liberation movement in

a. Latin America

B. Afro-Asian Countries

c. Eurasia Countries

d. Middle East Counties

9. India supports the

a. Colonialism

B. Racialism

c. Arms Race

d. Non-alignment

10. India had diplomatic relations with South Africa in 1954, the main reason was

a. To promote Non-Aligned Movement

B. To promote peace and security

c. To protest against the policy of apartheid.

d. To protest arm race

11. India strongly criticized the policy of apartheid in South Africa, which means

a. the policy of racial discrimination

B. the policy of Colonialism

c. the policy of Imperialism

d. the policy of neo-colonialism

12. The main reason why India supports Non-Alignment is

a. To promote third world countries

B. To support the liberation movement in Afro-Asian Countries

c. To maintain friendly relations with all countries

d. To build up the third bloc during the cold war.

13. The term Panchsheel was embodied in the Indo-China Treaty on its

a. Section –IV

B. Preamble

c. Section – V

d. Section VI

14. Panchsheel was signed in

a. 1955

B. 1954

c. 1953

d. 1952

15. Panchsheel was signed by

a. Indira Gandhi and Hua Guofeng

B. Charan Singh Zhao Ziyang

c. Lal bahadur Shastri and Li Peng

d. Jawaharlal Nehru and Chou-En-Lai

16. India’ Foreign Policy support the non-alignment but India has always a special biastowards the

a. Eurasia

B. Afro-Asian

c. Commonwealth Countries

d. Latin American

17. When did India accept the British Crown as the head of the Commonwealth

a. 1949

B. 1951

c. 1947

d. 1954

18. India hosted the Commonwealth Summit in

a. 1977

B. 1979

c. 1981

d. 1983

19. Who was the Indian President of UN General Assembly

a. Amartya Sen

B. Jagjit Singh

c. Vijay Lakshmi Pandit

d. CV Rahman

20. How many times India became the non-permanent UN Security Council Member

a. 5 times

B. 7 times

c. 9 times

d. 11 times

21. India hosted the six-nation summit in 1985 to

a. Promote the Afro-Asian Countries economically

B. Fight back the global warming

c. Made a proposal for arms control

d. Made a proposal for nuclear disarmament

22. India tried to work closely with P-5 countries, the P-5 countries are

a. USA, EU, Japan, Russia, China

B. USA, UK, France, Russia, China

c. USA, EU, France, Russia, China

d. USA, UK, Germany, Russia, China

23. India tries to strengthen ties with the GCC, the GCC stands for

a. Gulf Cooperation Council

B. Gulf Cooperation Committee

c. Group of Commonwealth Countries

d. Group of Commonwealth Council

24. The full form of BIMSTEC is

a. Bhutan, India, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, England Council

B. Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Ecuador Council

c. Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Co-operation

d. Bay of Bengal Initiative for Modern Sectoral Technology and Economic Cooperation

25. Full form of BRICS is

a. Britain, Russia, India, China, South Africa

B. Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa

c. Brazil, Russia, India, Canada, Sri Lanka

d. Britain, Russia, India, Cambodia, Saudi Arabia

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