461. Radical liberals place importance on:
A.The civilizing capacity of global civil society
B. Rule of law and institutions
C. International laws
D. All of the above

462. Define Collective Security
A. Each state in a system abides by international law
B. Each state in a system accepts that security for one is security for all and agrees to join in a collective response to aggression
C. Each state in a system contributes to collective security by maximizing its security self-interest
D. None of the above

463. The idea of ‘Democratic Peace’ is:
A. A central plank of liberal internationalist thought
B. That liberal polities exhibit restraint in their relations with other liberal polities
C. That liberal polities are imprudent in relations with authoritarian states
D. All of the above

464. Why has the neo-neo debate dominated international theory?
A. The debate has not dominated international theory?
B. Because it represents a debate between paradigms that define an agenda for research, policymaking, the field of study
C. Because academics want to keep the debate alive by inventing new theories
D. None of the above

465. Why has it been a particularly American phenomenon?
A. Because the brain-drain has resulted in most academics in International Relations to be in American institutions
B. Because it is a debate among ‘rule makers’, and the United States needs to define a direction for its approach to foreign policy
C. Because the US is today’s hegemony
D. All of the above

466. What are the core assumptions of neo-realists?
A. The structure of the system is a major determinant of actor behaviour
B. States are rational factors, selecting strategies to maximize benefits and minimize losses
C. The most critical problem presented by anarchy is survival
D. All of the above

467. What are the core assumptions of neo-liberals?
A. States seek to maximize absolute gains through cooperation
B. The greatest obstacle to cooperation is cheating
C. States will shift loyalty to institutions if they are seen as mutually beneficial and if they provide states with increasing opportunities to secure their international interests
D. All of the above

468. Why are game-theoretic approaches so suited to ‘neo-neo’ work?
A. Because game-theoretic approaches are easier to understand
B. Game-theoretic approaches are not suited to realist work
C. Because this approach allows an analysis of relative and absolute gains, which is a central point of the ‘neo-neo’ debate
D. None of the above

469. What are the three types of liberalism?
A. Liberalism, neoliberalism and post-liberalism
B. Northern liberalism, southern liberalism and compassionate liberalism
C. Commercial liberalism, republican liberalism and sociological liberalism
D. Neo-liberal internationalism, sociological liberalism, liberal institutionalism

470. What is left out of the ‘neo-neo’ debate?
A. The role of domestic politics
B. The possibility leaders learn from their experiences
C. Political globalization and the shift of political activity away from the state
D. All of the above