INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS by XayN4U

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									                EIILM UNIVERSITY, SIKKIM
                 TERM END EXAMINATIONS, FEBRUARY -2012
                   BACHELOR OF ARTS (GENERAL), 3 YEAR

            POLITICAL SCIENCE - INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS


Time -3 Hours                                                             Max Marks: 60
Note: - Attempt any five questions.
       All questions carry equal marks.


 1.    What are the basic assumptions underlying the Realist Approach to International
       Relations? Is the neo-realist approach suitable for analyzing International
       Relations after the Cold War?
 2.    Critically examine the post-positivist approach to International Relations.
 3.    Examine the North-South Divide in the context of the global environmental crisis.
 4.    Briefly explain some theories of Regionalism.
 5.    Examine the prospects of South-South cooperation in the contemporary economic order.
 6.    Explain the concept of self-determination and critically examine its application to
       multi-ethnic societies.
 7.    Trace the evolution of the Non-Proliferation policy bringing out the main features
       of the non-proliferation regime.
 8.    Discuss the impact of science and technology on International Politics.Analyze the role of
       international non-governmental organizations in the contemporary global order
 9.    Explain the concept of justice in International Relations.

								
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