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1 What do you understand by the logic of deterrence?
2 What is the referent in the non-traditional notion of security?
3 Why did the merger of Manipur with India cause a lot of anger and resentment among people of Manipur?
4 Why did Indira Gandhi decide to devalue the Indian Rupee in 1967?
5 Why non party movements are also called ‘non-party political formations’?
6 Explain the form of government in Maldives.
7 Why was ‘Operation Infinite Reach’ ordered by the US President?
8 State two reasons why the veto power of the permanent members of Security Council cannot be abolished.
9 Discuss any two components of the traditional external notion of security.
10 When and why was the Shah Commission of Inquiry set up?
11 Explain US Hegemony as structural power.
12 “ASEAN was and still remains principally an economic association.” Critically analyse the given statement.
13 What is Kyoto Protocol? Discuss India’s stand on the same.
14 After independence what were the two goals everyone agreed upon? What challenges faced independent India?
15 Explain any four consequences of the declaration of the Emergency in 1975.
16 “The ‘Kashmir issue’ involves the issue of Kashmiri identity known as Kashmiriyat and the aspirations of the people of J&K for political autonomy.” Explain the statement with reference to the rise of insurgency in the state.
17 The collapse of communism was followed in most of these countries by a painful process of transition from an authoritarian socialist system to a democratic political system. The model of transition in Russia, Central Asia and east Europe that was influenced by the World Bank and the IMF came to be known as ‘shock therapy’. Shock therapy varied in intensity and speed amongst the former second world countries, but its direction and features were quite similar.
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