Introduction to International Relations solved MCQs

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1. Panchsheel means:

a. the name of the 13th state of india.

B. the guideline for the international relations of india

c. the name of the international boundary

d. the name of asia

2. Panchsheel was adopted by India in the year.....................

a. 1947

B. 1950

c. 1954

d. 1962

3. The number of principles included in the „Panchsheel‟ is

a. 2

B. 5

c. 10

d. 20

4. Which of the following is not a principle of „Panchsheel‟?

a. non – cooperation

B. wearing khadi

c. mutual respect for the territorial integrity and sovereignty.

d. encouraging import and export.

5. Which of the following is not a principle of „Panchsheel‟?

a. non- alignment

B. non-aggression

c. peaceful co-existence

d. interference in the internal affairs of the other countries.

6. Who was the Prime Minister of India, when „Panchsheel‟ was adopted?

a. lal bahadur shastri

B. jawahar lal nehru

c. morarji desai

d. rajiv gandhi

7. In which year the French Revolution broke out,.............................

a. 1776

B. 1789

c. 1791

d. none is correct

8. The Panchsheel treaty was signed between , a

a. india and china

B. india and nepal

c. india and sri lanka

d. india and afghanistan

9. The UNO come in to existence as a result of ...........................3

a. two world wars

B. a desire of nations to have durable peace

c. efforts to make world free from wars.

d. all of the above are correct.

10. The UNO replaced by...............................

a. league of nations

B. the moscow declaration

c. the warsaw pact

d. the panztrenty

11. The United Nation Charter contains the ..........................

a. aims of organizations

B. pates of membership fee

c. amount of aid to be granted to each country

d. financial gain for its members.

12. The United Nations Charter was signed for the first time in...........................

a. new york

B. san francisco

c. panz

d. geneva

13. The main aims of United Nations are to promote ............................

a. universal cooperation and improving economic, social and cultural problems.

B. harmonising relations amongst nations.

c. maintenance of international peace and security.

d. all of the above are correct.

14. The headquarter of the UNO is situated in...........................4

a. new york

B. san fransisco

c. washington

d. paris

15. The First World War lasted for……………

a. 3 years

B. 4 years

c. 5 years

d. 6 years

16. Who was the hero of the American War of Independence?

a. abraham lincoln

B. benjamin franklin

c. john adhms

d. all of the above

17. Who was the first president of USA?

a. abraham lincoln

B. j kennedy

c. benjamin franklin

d. george washington

18. The number of permanent members of the U.N Security Council is....................5

a. 2

B. 5

c. 7

d. 6

19. Which day every year is celebrated as the UNO Day?

a. july 18

B. august 20

c. october 24

d. november 26

20. An easing to tension between the states can be termed as........................

a. delegation

B. declaration

c. demarche

d. détente

21. Which of the following is not an Islamic Organization?

a. hamas

B. hizbul mujahidin

c. ltte

d. jklf

22. Which of the following was the first alliance to formulate the principles of CollectiveSecurity?

a. nato

B. leage of nations

c. united nations

d. seato

23. The political concept of the Third world is..............................

a. nations in the obedience to usa.

B. nations in the obedience to ussr.

c. nations in the obedience to a third party.

d. nations which did not accept the supremacy of any of the countries like usa and

24. The non permanent members of the Security Council are electedfor………...................

a. five year terms

B. four year terms

c. three year terms

d. two year terms

25. The seat of International Court of Justice is………………

a. hawai mahal in delhi

B. peace palace in hague

c. posta-rica in moscow

d. peace palace in paris

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