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International Relations Paper - 1991

Solved MCQs

(1) Détente means:

(a) An alliance
(b) Relaxation of tensions
(c) Cooperation between states

(b) Relaxation of tensions

(2) OIC is:

(a) A specialized agency of the UN


(b) A regional organization
(c) An organization of Muslim states

(c) An organization of Muslim states

(3) Ruritania is:

(a) A province of Romania


(b) A state in Western Africa
(c) A fictitious country

(c) A fictitious country

(4) NIEO relates to:

(a) A regional grouping


(b) An international sports organization
(c) An economic concept

(c) An economic concept

(5) The Monroe Doctrine was intended to:

(a) Safeguard peace in Europe


(b) Enforce freedom of navigation on the High Seas
(c) Safeguard American interests

(c) Safeguard American interests


(6) The Fourteen Points were enunciated at:

(a) The conference of Westphalia


(b) The conference of Versailles
(c) The end of World War II

(b) The conference of Versailles

(7) “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity” was the slogan during:

(a) The American War of Independence


(b) The French Revolution
(c) The Russian October Revolution

(b) The French Revolution

(8) MBFR is a term to denote:

(a) An agreement on trade quotas


(b) An agreement on the exploration of outer space
(c) An agreement on disarmament

(c) An agreement on disarmament

(9) What do OAU, OAS, ASEAN have in common?

(a) They are military alliances


(b) They are agencies of the United Nations
(c) They are regional organizations.

(c) They are regional organizations.

(10) The commonwealth is:

(a) A UN sponsored body


(b) A part of the British Empire
(c) A free association of like-minded sovereign states

(b) A part of the British Empire


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International Relations Paper - 1992


Solved MCQs

(1) Apartheid is:

(a) An international association


(b) A medical term
(c) A policy of racial discrimination

(c) A policy of racial discrimination

(2) Latvia is an independent country in:

(a) South America


(b) Africa
(c) Eastern Europe

(c) Eastern Europe

(3) Helsinki is capital of:

(a) Norway
(b) New Zealand
(c) Finland

(c) Finland

(4) UN Security Council consists of:


(a) 11 members
(b) 15 members
(c) 19 members

(b) 15 members

(5) Dag Hammershold was:

(a) Swedish tennis player


(b) Composer of Symponies
(c) Secretary General of the UNO

(c) Secretary General of the UNO

(6) OPEC is:

(a) An international Insurance Co.


(b) An international Sports Club
(c) An organization of Oil Exporting Countries

(c) An organization of Oil Exporting Countries

(7) G-7 means:

(a) A scientific expression


(b) An export Co
(c) Group of Seven Western Industrialized Countries

(c) Group of Seven Western Industrialized Countries


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International Relations Paper - 1993
Solved MCQs

(1) Aman Ullah Khan is the leader of:

(a) National Conference


(b) Hizb-ul-Mujahideen
(c) Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front

(c) Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front

(2) Memohan Line is a border between:

(a) Burma and India


(b) India and Nepal
(c) India and China

(c) India and China

(3) NATO:

(a) An economical union


(b) A free trade areas
(c) A military alliance

(c) A military alliance

(4) Bhutan is:

(a) An Indian state


(b) A province of Burma
(c) An independent country in South Asia

(c) An independent country in South Asia

(5) Apartheid is:

(a) An international brotherhood


(b) A policy of racial discrimination
(c) A medical term

(b) A policy of racial discrimination

(6) Agni is:


(a) A religious ceremony
(b) A missile
(c) A famous building

(b) A missile

(7) The headquarters of ICJ is at:

(a) New York


(b) Geneva
(c) Hague

(c) Hague

(8) Commonwealth of Independent States consists of:

(a) European states


(b) Asian states
(c) Asian and European states

(c) Asian and European states

(9) What do CENTO, RIO PACT and SEATO have in common:

(a) They are regional economic arrangements


(b) They are sports associations
(c) They are military alliances

(c) They are military alliances

(10) IMF stands for:

(a) International Marketing Forum


(b) International Monetary Fund
(c) International Movement of Futuristic

(b) International Monetary Fund


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International Relations Paper - 1994


Solved MCQs

(1) Riga is the capital of:

(a) Rawanda
(b) Bolivia
(c) Latvia
(d) Mongolia

(c) Latvia

(2) Silkworm is:

(a) An ancient trade route


(b)The name of missile
(c) The name of a multinational
(d) A secret society

(a) An ancient trade route

(3) Mashood Abiola is:

(a) A leader of PLP


(b) Nigerian Opposition Leader
(c) Secretary General of the Arab League
(d) A fictional character

(b) Nigerian Opposition Leader

(4) British Commonwealth consists of:

(a) 45 members
(b) 60 members
(c) 51 members
(d) 39 members

Now there are 54 Members.


(5) How many times Brazil has won the Football World Cup?

(a) Once
(b) Thrice
(c) Five times
(d) Four times

(d) Four times

(6) Trygve Lie was the:

(a) Secretary General of the UN


(b) Judge of the ICJ
(c) Secretary General of NATO
(d) Hollywood Actor

(a) Secretary General of the UN

(7) Lesotho is:

(a) A Baltic republic


(b) An independent state of Africa
(c) An independent state of Latin America
(d) An NGO

(b) An independent state of Africa:

(8) Durand Line came into existence in:

(a) 1893
(b) 1947
(c) 1979
(d) 1900

(a) 1893

(9) Who is the author of “The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers”?

(a) Henry Kissinger


(b) Richard Nixon
(c) Paul Kennedy
(d) Margaret Thatcher

(c) Paul Kennedy

(10) G-15 is:


(a) A group of Third World countries
(b) A group of industrialized countries
(c) A musical group
(d) A military alliance

(a) A group of Third World countries


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International Relations Paper - 1995


Solved MCQs

(1) Mexico is located in:

(a) North America


(b) South America
(c) Central America
(d) Africa

(a) North America

(2) Phulan devi was a:

(a) Hindu goddess


(b)Film actress
(c) Bandit queen
(d) Secret agent

(c) Bandit Queen

(3) G-7 is a:
(a) Group of industrialized countries
(b) Group of Third World countries
(c) Military alliance
(d) Musical group

(a) Group of industrialized countries

(4) Kigali is a capital of:

(a) Myanmar
(b) Costa Rica
(c) Rwanda
(d) Laos

(c) Rwanda

(5) 1992 Conference on Environment and Development was held in:

(a) Beijing
(b) Cairo
(c) Copenhagen
(d) Rio

(d) Rio

(6) Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) consists of:

(a) Ten members


(b) Three members
(c) Eight members
(d) Five members

(a) Ten members

(7) Next Cricket World Cup will be held in:

(a) Australia
(b) South Asia
(c) Great Britain
(d) West Indies

(c) Great Britain

(8) Jurassic Park is the name of a:

(a) Casino
(b) Film
(c) Park
(d) Building

(b) Film

(9) U Thant was the:

(a) Secretary General of the UN


(b) Judge of the World Court
(c) Secretary General of NATO
(d) Hollywood actor

(a) Secretary General of the UN

(10) Sinn Fein is the name of a:

(a) Secret Agency


(b) Political Party
(c) Famous Chinese restaurant
(d) Film

(b) Political Party


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International Relations Paper - 1996


Solved MCQs

(1) “1984” had been written by:

(a) Sherwani
(b) Burke
(c) Orwell
(d) Carr

(c) Orwell

(2) Name the correct author of “Technological Frontiers and Foreign Relations”.

(a) Anne Keatly


(b)Schuman
(c) Morgenthau
(d) Robert Kennedy

(c) Morgenthau

(3) Who wrote “Conquest without War”?

(a) Mager and Katee


(b) Anderson
(c) Kirk
(d) Burke

(b) Anderson

(4) Who wrote “The Military and Politics in Pakistan”?

(a) S. M. Haider
(b) Burke
(c) Hassan Askari
(d) Waheed-uz-Zaman

(c) Hassan Askari

(5) Mani was the:

(a) Judge of world court


(b) Secretary General of NATO
(c) Secretary General of UN
(d) Hollywood actor

(a) Judge of world court

(6) Sinn Fein is the name of a:

(a) Secret service


(b) Political party
(c) Film
(d) Famous Chinese restaurant

(b) Political party

(7) Name the correct Treaty:

(a) Pact of Paris


(b) Locarno Pact
(c) Treaty of Versailles
(d) Treaty of Westphalia

(a) Pact of Paris

(8) Who wrote “Supreme Court and Human Rights”?

(a) Burke Marshall


(b) Burns
(c) Machiavelli
(d) Tamizuddin

(d) Tamizuddin
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International Relations Paper - 1997


Solved MCQs

(1) The largest territorial power on earth is:

(a) Canada
(b) USA
(c) China
(d) Russian Federation

(d) Russian Federation

(2) Dushanbe is the capital of:

(a) Tajikistan
(b) Uzbekistan
(c) Turkmenistan
(d) Kazakhstan

(a) Tajikistan

(3) Kofi Anan was/is the:

(a) President of Mozambique


(b) Winner of Nobel Peace Prize for 1996
(c) Secretary General of the UN
(d) Chairman of the Organization of African Unity

(c) Secretary General of the UN

(4) OSCE stands for:

(a) Organization for Science and Culture in Europe


(b) Organization of Social and Scientific Enterprise
(c) Organization for Security and Cooperation Europe
(d) Organization for space cooperation in Europe

(c) Organization for Security and Cooperation Europe

(5) The last British Governor of Hong Kong was?

(a) Chris Hamilton


(b) Chris Patten
(c) George Patten
(d) Christopher Paterson

(b) Chris Patten

(6) Larry Collins and Dominique La Pierre wrote:

(a) The Discovery of India


(b) India Wins Freedom
(c) Freedom at What Price?
(d) Freedom at Mid Night
(d) Freedom AT Mid Night

(7) Tony Blair is the:

(a) New ruler of Rwanda


(b) New Prime Minister of Great Britain
(c) Captain of Australian hockey team
(d) President of International Monetary Fund

(b) New Prime Minister of Great Britain

(8) The republic of Botswana is located in:

(a) Southern Africa


(b) West Africa
(c) Latin America
(d) Central Asia

(a) Southern Africa

(9) Bill Clinton is the:

(a) 40th president of USA


(b) 42th president of USA
(c) 43th president of USA
(d) 44th president of USA

(b) 42th president of USA

(10) The Batista regime in Cuba was overthrown by Fidel Castro in:

(a) January 1959


(b) February 1960
(c) May 1961
(d) March 1962

(a) January 1959


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International Relations Paper - 1998


Solved MCQs

(1) Shive Sena is the name of:

(a) An Irish Leader


(b) A politico-fundamentalist party
(c) A famous tourist resort
(d) A religious sect

(b) A politico-fundamentalist party

(2) B. J. Habibie is the:

(a) President of Zambia


(b) Secretary General of SAARC
(c) President of Indonesia
(d) World Squash Champion

(c) President of Indonesia

(3) MS Mieko Nishimizu is the:

(a) Chairperson of the UN Commission on Refugees


(b) President of the IMF
(c) Human Right Activist
(d) Vice President of the World Bank

(a) Chairperson of the UN Commission on Refugees

(4) Mobotu Sessesiko was overthrown by:

(a) Laurent Kabila


(b) Robert Mugabe
(c) Kenneth Kaunda
(d) Nelson Mandela

(a) Laurent Kabila


(5) The notorious genocide of 1996 in Africa took place between:

(a) Serbs and Bosnians


(b) Ibos and Yorubas
(c) Zulus and the whites
(d) Hutu and Tutsi

(d) Hutu and Tutsi

(6) Iraq Invaded Kuwait in:

(a) February 1991


(b) November 1988
(c) August 1990
(d) April 1982

(c) August 1990

(7) Who wrote “Voyage Through History”?

(a) Chaudhry Muhammad Ali


(b) Musarrt Hussain Zuberi
(c) Ishtiaq Hussain Qureshi
(d) Khalid Bin Sayeed

(b) Musarrt Hussain Zuberi

(8) Pakistan carried out its nuclear explosion on:

(a) 23rd March


(b) 7th April
(c) 28th May
(d) 16th October

(c) 28th May

(9) NAFTA stands for North America free trade agreement.

(10) “Uneasy Partnership competition and conflict in US – Japanese Trade


Relationship” is written by:

(a) John White


(b) Stephen D. Gohen
(c) J. K. Galbraith
(d) John K. Holsti
(b) Stephen D. Gohen

(11) The First OIC Summit was held in:

(a) Rabat
(b) Jaddah
(c) Islamabad
(d) Kuwait

(a) Rabat

(12) The US and the erstwhile USSR qualified for Super Power status on the
basis of:

(a) Huge population


(b) Industrialization
(c) Military arsenals and worldwide interest
(d) Vast area

(c) Military arsenals and worldwide interest

(13) Who is the author of “Preparing for the Twenty First Century”?

(a) Palmer and Perkins


(b) Peter Calvocoress
(c) Paul Kennedy
(d) E.H.Carr

(c) Paul Kennedy

(14) Kampala is the capital of:

(a) Azerbaijan
(b) Argentina
(c) Albania
(d) Uganda

(d) Uganda

(15) Pakistan became full member of the NAM in:

(a) 1976
(b) 1949
(c) 1983
(d) 1986

Pakistan became full member of the NAM in 1979.


(16) Rasko mountain is situated in:

(a) Punjab
(b) Azad Kashmir
(c) Baluchistan
(d) Northern Areas

(c) Baluchistan

(17) One of the following is the world renowned nuclear scientist:

(a) Abdul Qadir


(b) Richard Butler
(c) Abdul Qadeer Khan
(d) Anwar Ibrahim

(a) Abdul Qadir

(18) Name the current Secretary General of the OIC.

Mr. Azeddine Laraki Mosouo 1997


Present, Dr Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu

(19) Islamabad was the venue of:

(a) 3rd OIC Summit


(b) 2nd OIC Summit
(c) 8th OIC Summit
(d) 5th OIC Summit

(20) Who was the first Asian Secretary General of the United Nations?

Answer: U. Thant
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International Relations Paper - 2000


Solved MCQs

(1) Yalta Conference was held in:

(a) 1944
(b) 1945
(c) 1946
(d) None of these.

(b) 1945

(2) The Cuban Missile Crisis occurred in:

(a) 1960
(b) 1961
(c) 1962
(d) one of these.

(c) 1962

(3) NATO was formed in:

(a) 1948
(b) 1949
(c) 1950
(d) None of these.

(b) 1949

(4) SEATO was formed in:

(a) 1953
(b) 1954
(c) 1955
(d) None of these.

(b) 1954
(5) NAM was formed in:

(a) 1955
(b) 1961
(c) 1962
(d) None of these.

(a) 1955

(6) INF Treaty was signed in:

(a) 1985
(b) 1986
(c) 1987
(d) None of these

(c) 1987

(7) U Thant was:

(a) The Prime Minister of Laos


(b) President of Taiwan
(c) Secretary General of the United Nations.
(d) None of these.

(c) Secretary General of the United Nations.

(8) Saile Brakat is:

(a) An Israeli Statesman


(b) A leader of East Timor
(c) Chief Palestinian negotiator
(d) None of these. -

(c) Chief Palestinian negotiator

(9) Pamila Parker is:

(a) A British Actress


(b) An American Senator
(c) Girlfriend of crown Prince Charles
(d) None of these:

(a) A British Actress

(10) Abdul Kalam is:


(a) A Literary Figure
(b) An Indian Nuclear Scientist
(c) A Kashmiri Mujahideen- Leader
(d) None of these.

(b) An Indian Nuclear Scientist

(11) Trygve Lie was:

(a) An Actor of Marshal Art


(b) Administrator of Hong Kong
(c) Secretary General of the United Nations.
(d) None of these.

(c) Secretary General of the United Nations.

(12) Fidel Castro became Cuban Prime Minister in:

(b) February, 1959


(b) February, 1960
(c) May, 1961
(d) None of these.

(b) February, 1959

(13) OIC was formed in:

(a) Jedda
(b) Rabat
(c) Cairo
(d) None of these.

(b) Rabat

(14) Politics Among Nations was written by:

(a) James Rosenau


(b) Hans Morgenthan
(c) K.J Holsti
(d) None of these.

(b) Hans Morgenthan

(15) Congress of Vienna took place in:

(a) 1648
(b) 1815
(c) 1899
(d) None of these.

(b) 1815

(16) Afghan Mujahideen took power in Kabul on:

(a) April 20,1991


(b) April 28, 1992
(c) 1st March, 1993
(d) None of these.

(a) April 20,1991

(17) Alma Atta is the Capital of:

(a) Tajikistan
(b) Terkmenistan
(b) Kazakistan
(d) None of these.

(b) Kazakistan
Since 1997 its capital is Astana

(18) Nosterdamus was:

(a) An Italian
(b) A French
(c) A German
(d) None of these.

(b) A French

(19) Americans are going to elect:

(a) 43rd President of USA


(b) 44th President of USA
(c) 45th President of USA
(d) None of these.

Obama is 44th President.

(20) Soviet Union was disintegrated on:

(a) 5th December, 1991


(b) 28th May, 1992
(c) 28th December, 1993
(d) None of these

(a) 5th December, 1991


It was 8 dec,1991
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International Relations Paper - 2001


Solved MCQs

1. Who participate in the Yalta conference?

a) China, Great Britain, U.S.A


b) Russia, France, Great Britain
c) U.S.A., Russia, Great Britain
d) None of these

c) U.S.A., Russia, Great Britain

2. SAIT was concluded in:

a)1960
b)1972
c)1976
d)None of these

3. Osama Bin Laden is:

a)Taliban Leader
b)American citizen
c)Saudi Arabian
d)None of these
c)Saudi Arabian

4. Brezhnev was:

a)The President of Uzbekistan


b)The Prime Minister of Great Britain
c)The President of Russia
d)None of these

c)The President of Russia

5. The First Hague Conference was held in:

a)1890
b)1907
c)1914
d)None of these

d)None of these (1899)

6. Hitler became the Chancellor of Germany in:

a)1929
b)1931
c)1933
d)None of these

c)1933

7. 1917 is the year of:

a)French Revolution
b)Chinese Revolution
c)Russian Revolution
d)None of these

c)Russian Revolution

8. Proposal for Joint Defence between Pakistan and India was made by:

a)Nehru
b)Chou-En-Lie
c)Ayub Khan
d)None of these

a)Nehru
9. Armstrong was:

a)Russian
b)British
c)German
d)None of these

d)None of these (American)

10. Sir Zafarullah Khan was:

a)Prime Minister of Pakistan


b)Governor Sindh
c)Judge of I.C.J
d)None of these

c)Judge of I.C.J

11. U2 incident took place in:

a)1963
b)1960
c)1965
d)None of these

b)1960

12. Members of the Security Council are:

a)20
b)18
c)9
d)None of these

d)None of these

13. Bandung Conference was held in:

a)1953
b)1955
c)1958
d)None of these

b)1955
14. The first President of U.S.A. was:

a)Johnson
b)Garfield
c)Roosevelt
d)None of these

d)None of these (George Washington)

15. Lusaka Conference was held in:

a)1973
b)1976
c)1970
d)None of these

c)1970

16. Willy Brandt was:

a)Chancellor of Germanyb)President of Cuba


c)President of France
d)None of these

a)Chancellor of Germany

17. Pretoria is the capital of:

a)Zimbabwe
b)Nigeria
c)South Africa
d)None of these

c)South Africa

18. Fourteen Points of Wilson announced in:

a)1910
b)1913
c)1918
d)None of these

c)1918

19. Uthant was the national of:

a)Nepal
b)Germany
c)Algeria
d)None of these

d)None of these (Burma)

20. Singapore became independent in:

a)1960
b)1963
c)1965
d)None of these

c)1965
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History of USA 2000

(1) America was named after:

(a) Christopher Columbus


(b) Amerigo Vespucci
(c) Ferdinand Magellan

(2) How many British Colonies declared independence from England in 1776 to
form the United States?

(a)13
(b) 20
(c) 51

(3)The Boston Tea Incident took place in:

(a) 1770
(b)1773
(c) 1789

(4) California was settled most rapidly after_____________ was discovered in


1848:

(a) gold
(b) coal
(c) natural gas

(5)With which country U.S.A. signed the rush-Bagot Treaty?


(a) Britain
(b) France
(c) spain

(6) who succeeded president Abraham Lincoln?

(a) Ulysses S. Grant


(b) Martin Van Buren
(c) Andrew Johnson

(7) Alaska was purchased from Russia in:

(a) 1857
(b) 1867
(c) 1901

(8) Susan B. Anthony was an outspoken advocate of:

(a) Women’s rights


(b) Anti Slavery Movement
(c) Transcendentalism

(9) Ku Klux Klan was organized in the state of:

(a) New Jersey


(b) Florida
(c) Tennessee

(10) Who were carpetbaggers?

Ans: Carpetbaggers were Northern businessmen who arrived in the South in the early
days of Reconstruction (1865–77) period after the Civil War in the United States.

(11) The number of members of American Senate is:

(a) 55
(b) 100
(c) 300

(12) Who was Henry A. Kissinger?

Ans: Henry Alfred Kissinger was the 56th Secretary of State of the United States from
1973 to 1977.

(13)The Camp David is located in:

(a) Maryland
(b) Louisiana
(c) Texas

(14) Which American President received the Nobel Prize for peace in 1906?
(a) Andrew Jackson
(b) Harry S. Truman
(c) Theodore Roosevelt

(15) Richard Nixon made a trip to Beijing in:

(a) 1962
(b) 1972
(c) 1977

(16) Who was the President of U.S.A. when Russia invaded Afghanistan in early
1980?

(a) Jimmy Carter


(b) Herbert C. Hoover
(c) Ronald Reagan

(17) What does NASA stand for?

Ans: National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

(18) Which year TVA was established?

(a) 1930
(b) 1933
(c) 1955

(19) To which political party did President Woodrow Wilson belong?

(a) Whig
(b) Republican
(c) Democratic

(20) Who wrote "Encyclopedia of American History"?

(a) Morris, Richard and Commager


(b) Rubin, Barry
(c) Siring, Lawrence.
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Solved MCQs

1. Present Secretary General of the U.N belongs to:

a) Nigeria
b) Ghana
c) Chile
d) None of these

b) Ghana (Kofi Anan)

2. Leader of Taliban Government in Afghanistan was:

a) Hekmatyar
b) Mullah Umar
c) Hamid Karzai
d) None of these

b) Mullah Umar

3. Patrice Lumamba was the Prime Minister of:

a) Congo (Zaire)
b) Zimbabwe
c) Ghana
d) None of these

a) Congo (Zaire)

4. Kwama Nkramah was one of the leaders of:

a) Asia
b) Europe
c) Africa
d) None of these

c) Africa

5. Who was the first Prime Minister of Pakistan:

a) Liaquat Ali Khan


b) Nizamuddin
c) Chundrigar
d) None of these

a) Liaquat Ali Khan

6. Pakistan’s Highest Military award is:

a) Hila-e-Jurat
b) Hilal-e-Imtiaz
c) Nishan-e-Haider
d) None of these

c) Nishan-e-Haider

7. Pakistan became a member of CENTO in:

a) 1954
b) 1955
c) 1958
d) None of these

b) 1955

8. Pakistan exploded her first nuclear bomb on:

a) 28th May 1998


b) 14th August 1998
c) 4th April 1998
d) None of these

a) 28th May 1998

9. Who is Muhammad VI:

a) President of Tunis
b) King of Morocco
c) King of Jordan
d) None of these

b) King of Morocco

10. The author of “Politics Among Nations” is:

a) Mogenthau
b) Pervaiz Cheema
c) Palmer and Perkins
d) None of these

a) Mogenthau

11. The idea of SAARC originated in the mind of:

a) Zia-ul-Haq
b) Zia ur Rehman
c) Rajiv Gandhi
d) None of these
b) Zia ur Rehman

12. Iraq occupied Kuwait in:

a) July 1990
b) August 1990
c) December 1990
d) None of these

b) August 1990

13. Non Permanent member of the Security Council are:

a) 5
b) 7
c) 10
d) None of these

c) 10

14. ‘Rise and Fall of Great Powers’ is the work of:

a) Paul Kennedy
b) Holsti
c) Morgenthau
d) None of these

a) Paul Kennedy

15. Pakistan left Commonwealth in 1972 and rejoined in:

a) 1988
b) 1989
c) 1985
d) None of these

b) 1989

16. U.S. has agreed to write of Pakistan’s debt to the tune of:

a) U.S. $ 2 billion
b) U.S. $ 1 billion
c) U.S. $ 4 billion
d) None of these
c) U.S. $ 4 billion

17. The 1956 Constitution of Pakistan came into effect on:

a) 28th February 1956


b) 23rd March 1956
c) 14th August 1956
d) None of these

b) 23rd March 1956

18. The U-2 incident occurred in:

a) 1960
b) 1962
c) 1965
d) None of these

a) 1960

19. Which country of the world borders most neighbours:

a) Russia
b) China
c) Canada
d) None of these

The answer is A and B. China and Russia each share a common border with 14
other countries.

20. Which of these countries Field Castro rules:

a) Brazil
b) Cuba
c) Haiti
d) None of these

b) Cuba
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Solved MCQs

1. Paul Bremer:

a) A Hollywood Actor
b) A British politician
c) U.S. Administrator in Iraq
d) None of these

c) U.S. Administrator in Iraq

2. Javier Solana:

a) Spanish Foreign Minister


b) President of Argentina
c) Foreign Policy spokesman of the European Community
d) None of these

a) Spanish Foreign Minister

3. Saeed-ul-Sahaf:

a) A Saudi Minister
b) Palestinian leader
c) Information Minister of Ex-President Saddam
d) None of these

c) Information Minister of Ex-President Saddam


4. Saeb Erekat:

a) Palestinian negotiator
b) Turkish Minister of Tourism
c) President of Cyprus
d) None of these

a) Palestinian negotiator

5. Abdul Kalam:

a) Minister of Bangladesh
b) Pak. Rep in Geneva
c) Indian President
d) None of these

c) Indian President

6. Maliha Lodhi:

a) Pak. Ambassador to U.S.A.


b) Editor of the NEWS
c) Pak. High Commissioner to U.K.
d) None of these

c) Pak. High Commissioner to U.K.

7. Gerhard Schroeder:

a) Chancellor of Germany
b) Prime Minister of Poland
c) President of Slovakia
d) None of these

a) Chancellor of Germany

8. Dr. Kelly was:

a) British Nuclear Scientist


b) U.s. Secretary of Treasury
c) A minister of South Africa
d) None of these

a) British Nuclear Scientist

9. Winston Chirchill was:


a) An American General
b) Leader of Scottish Labour Party
c) British Prime Minister
d) None of these

c) British Prime Minister

10. Imam Khomini came to power in Iran in:

a) Jan. 1978
b) Feb. 1979
c) Dec. 1980
d) None of these

b) Feb. 1979

11. Mustafa Kamal Pasha gave ____Principles of Kemalism:

a) 6
b) 5
c) 8
d) None of these

a) 6

12. Who gave the idea of ‘Peaceful Co-existence’?

a) Nikita Khrushchev
b) Leonid Brezknev
c) Molotov
d) None of these

a) Nikita Khrushchev

13. When USSR was disintegrated?

a) April, 1990
b) Dec. 1991
c) Jan, 1992
d) None of these

b) Dec. 1991

14. Monoe Doctrine was given in:

a) 1922
b) 1923
c) 1924
d) None of these

d) None of these (1823)

15. Kurt Waldhiem was:

a) A Swiss politician
b) Secretary Geneal of U.N.O
c) President of Germany
d) None of these

b) Secretary Geneal of U.N.O

16. Chou-En-Lai was:

a) Prime minister of China


b) Governor of Hong Kong
c) Vice President of Taiwan
d) None of these

a) Prime minister of China

17. OIC was formed in:

a) 1967
b) 1968
c) 1969
d) None of these

c) 1969

18. NATO was formed in:

a) 1948
b) 1949
c) 1950
d) None of these

b) 1949

19. Israel was created in:

a) 1947
b) 1948
c) 1949
d) None of these

b) 1948

20. Water Gates Scandal resulted in the resignation of:

a) President Johnson
b) President Nixon
c) President Carter
d) None of these

b) President Nixon
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Solved MCQs

1) The term nationality is derived from a Latin word:

a) NATO
b) Nation
c) NATIA
d) None of these

c) NATIA

2) Eleventh SAARC Summit was held in the year:


a) 2000
b) 2001
c) 2002
d) None of these

c) 2002

3) ECO consists of:

a) 8 members
b) 9 members
c) 10 members
d) None of these

c) 10 members

4) The littoral states around the Indian Ocean are:

a) 25
b) 33
c) 35
d) None of these

d) None of these

5) The first atom bomb was used in 1945 by:

a) The Germany
b) The USA
c) The USSR
d) None of these

b) The USA

6) Brown Amendment was adopted by the US Senate in the year:

a) 1990
b) 1992
c) 1995
d) None of these

c) 1995

7) Oslo Agreement was signed in the year:

a) 1990
b) 1992
c) 1993
d) None of these

c) 1993

8) Fourth ASEAN Summit was held in:

a) Singapore
b) Islamabad
c) Jakarta
d) None of these

a) Singapore

9) Pre-partition India consisted of:

a) 579 Princely states


b) 584 Princely states
c) 590 Princely states
d) None of these

b) 584 Princely states

10) India conducted its 2nd nuclear test after a gap of:

a) 20 years
b) 24 years
c) 34 years
d) None of these

b) 24 years

11) According to Quincy Write the approaches to the study of international


politics are:

a) 18
b) 21
c) 23
d) None of these

d) None of these

12) Pattern of political system where center of power are more than two is
called:
a) Polycentrism
b) Bicentrism
c) Multicentrism
d) None of these

c) Multicentrism

13) Complete cessation of nuclear testing is the sole aim of:

a) CTBT
b) NPT
c) FMCT
d) None of these

a) CTBT

14) Turkey falls in:

a) Asia
b) Europe
c) Asia and Europe
d) None of these

c) Asia and Europe

15) Uzbekistan shares common border with:

a) Azerbaijan
b) Dagestan
c) Georgia
d) None of these

d) None of these

16) Diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan were established


in:

a) Sep. 1947
b) Feb. 1948
c) Jan. 1949
d) None of these

b) Feb. 1948

17) Dayton Accord was signed to solve the problem of:


a) East Timore
b) Bosnia
c) Kosovo
d) None of these

b) Bosnia

18) MI-5 is the secret agency of:

a) France
b) Germany
c) UK
d) None of these

c) UK

19) Pakistan joined NAM in the year:

a) 1978
b) 1980
c) 1981
d) None of these

d) None of these (1979)

20) UN Secretary General belongs to:

a) Ghana (Kofi Annan)


b) Uganda
c) Uruguay
d) None of these

a) Ghana (Kofi Annan)


(New UN Secretary General is Ban Ki Moon and he is from South Korea)
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Solved MCQs

(1) The treaty of Westphalia established modern nation states system in:

(a) 1684
(b) 1648
(c) 1664
(d) None of these

(b) 1648

(2) The first world war started on:

(a) 23rd June, 1914


(b) 20th June, 1914
(c) 28th June., 1914
(d) None of these

(d) None of these


From August 1914 to November 1918.

(3) The treaty of Versailles concluded in:

(a) 1918
(b) 1920
(c) 1919
(d) None of these

(c) 1919

(4) The Chinese communist party was founded in:

(a) 1923
(b) 1921
(c) 1917
(d) None of these
(b) 1921

(5) The second world war started in:

(a) September 1939


(b) October 1939
(c) November 1939
(d) None of these

(a) September 1939

(6) After 27 years of imprisonment, Mr. Nelson Mandela was released in:

(a) 1991
(b) 1990
(c) 1994
(d) None of these

(b) 1990

(7) Arab Magrib Union consists of:

(a) Seven States


(b) Five States
(e) Nine States
(d) None of these

(b) Five States

(8) The principal organs of United Nations are:

(a) Eight
(b) Five
(c) Six
(d) None of these

(c) Six

(9) Scandinavia constitutes:

(a) Nine slates


(b) Five states
(c) Seven stales
(d) None of these

(d) None of these (3 states)


(10) The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was proclaimed on:

(a) 21st September 1932


(b) 18th September 1932
(c) 25th September 1932
(d) None of these (23rd September 1932)

(11) Which treaty served as an umbrella for US involvement in Vietnam war:

(a) Nato
(b) Seato
(c) Cento
(d) None of these

(12) The Gulf Cooperation Council consists of:

(a) Six states


(b) Nine states
(c) Seven states
(d) None of these

(a) Six states

(13) The league of Arab States was established on:

(a) 23rd March, 1943


(b) 26th March, 1944
(c) 22nd March, 1945
(d) None of these

(c) 22nd March, 1945

(14) The Common Wealth of Australia came into existence in:

(a) 1901
(b) 1911
(c) 1905
(d) None of these

(a) 1901

(15) The Balkan Peninsula is located in:

(a) Central Europe


(b) South Western Europe
(c) South Eastern Europe
(d) None of these

(c) South Eastern Europe

(1 6) Karl Mark and Engels presented the Communist Manifesto in:

(a) 1845
(b) 1848
(c) 1850
(d) None of these

(b) 1848

(17) Soviet Union was replaced by Russian federation in:

(a) October, 1991


(b) January, 1991
(c) December, 1991
(d) None of these

(c) December, 1991

(1 8) "Politics among Nations" was written by:

(a) K. J. Holsti
(b) Gavin Boyd
(c) Hans J. Morgenthanu
(d) None of these

(c) Hans J. Morgenthanu

(19) Article 55 of the UN Charter promotes international:

(a) Peace
(b) Human Rights
(c) Security
(d) None of these

(b) Human Rights

(20) The main judicial arm of UN, the 1CJ is located in:

(a) Geneva
(b) The Hague
(c) Lisbon
(d) None of these

(b) The Hague


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Solved MCQs

(1) An organization whose members are from national governments is a:

(a) Nongovernmental Organization (NGO)


(b) Intergovernmental Organization (IGO)
(c) World wide Transnational Organization (WTO)
(d) None of these

(b) Intergovernmental Organization (IGO)

(2) “The national interest is defined as the acquisition of power”. The speaker
is a:

(a) Pluralist
(b) Idealist
(c) Structuralist
(d) None of these

(3) Neoliberals:
(a) Stress the importance of international institutions in reducing conflict in the
international system.
(b) Are pessimistic above international operations.
(c) Agree with realists that are unitary actors.
(d) Both (a) and (c)
(e) None of these

(e) None of these

(4) The military industrial complex consists of:

(a) The military, defense contractors and research institutes.


(b) The military, defense contractors, and the executive branch.
(c) The army, the navy and the air-force.
(d) None of these.

(d) None of these.

(5) Territorial waters traditionally are recognized to extend how far from a
state’s coastline?

(a) 3 miles
(b) 10 miles
(c) 12 miles
(d) None of these

(c) 12 miles

(6) A state’s executive economic zone (EEZ) is recognized to extend how far
from the coastline?

(a) 3 miles
(b) 10 miles
(c) 12 miles
(d) None of these

(c) 12 miles

(7) States can exclude others from entering which the following?

(a) 12 miles limit from coastline


(b) Airspace
(c) Orbital space
(d) Both (a) and (b)
(e) None of these

(d) Both (a) and (b)


(8) Weapons of mass destruction include:

(a) Nuclear, chemical and biological weapons


(b) Nuclear, conventional and biological weapons
(c) Chemical, ballistic and biological weapons
(d) None of these

(a) Nuclear, chemical and biological weapons

(9) Strategic weapons are:

(a) Short-range weapons


(b) Intermediate range of weapons
(c) Long-range weapons
(d) None of these

(c) Long-range weapons

(10) The Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) attempts to prevent:

(a) The spread of missile technology


(b) The spread of missile weapons
(c) The spread of biological weapons
(d) None of these

(d) Non of these

(11) Which of the following is a principle stated in the UN Charter?

(a) States are equal under international law


(b) States have full sovereignty over their own affairs
(c) States should have full independence and territorial integrity
(d) All of above
(e) None of these

(d) All of above

(12) A just war:

(a) Can be waged to change another state’s government, if it is violating human rights.
(b) Can be waged for ethnic or religious reasons
(c) Can be waged only in response to aggression
(d) None of these

(a) Can be waged to change another state’s government, if it is violating


human rights.

(13) “Sustainable” economic development means:

(a) Development that can be sustained over a period of decades


(b) Development that is supported by the domestic economy and does not involve
international trade.
(c) Development that does not deplete resources and destroy ecosystems so quickly
that the basis of development itself is undermined.
(d) None of these

(c) Development that does not deplete resources and destroy ecosystems so
quickly that the basis of development itself is undermined.

(14) Which of the following is the greenhouse gas that accounts for most of
global warming?

(a) Carbon dioxide


(b) Methane
(c) Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
(d) None of these

(a) Carbon dioxide

(15) Which of the following is the major contributor to the destruction of


ozone layer?

(a) Carbon dioxide


(b) Methane
(c) Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
(d) None of these

(c) Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)

(16) Privatization is:

(a) The concentration of wealth in private hands.


(b) The sale of state-owned industries
(c) A key feature of socialism
(d) None of these

(b) The sale of state-owned industries

(17) Neocolonialism is:

(a) The transfer of a colony from one colonial power to another


(b) The new round of colonization of Africa after Latin America gained independence
(c) Colonization which took place in the nineteenth century rather than eighteenth
(d) Non of these

(d) Non of these

(18) Who is responsible for the economic reforms that have been take place in
China since the mid- 1970s?

(a) Mao Zedong


(b) Jiang Zemin
(c) Deng Xiaoping
(d) Non of these

(c) Deng Xiaoping

(19) Ante-governmental protests in China by students, workers and some


government officials took place:

(a) Tiananmen Square, in 1989


(b) Tiananmen Square, in 1992
(c) Shenzhen, in 1989
(d) Non of these

(a) Tiananmen Square, in 1989

(20) A nation is:

(a) Territorial entity controlled by a government and inhabitant by a population


(b) Group of people who share characteristics such as language and culture
(c) Set of relationships among the world’s states.
(d) None of theses
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Solved MCQs

(1) The Great Britain and Russia agreed to make Afghanistan a buffer
statebetweentheir empires in:

(a) 1879
(b) 1897
(c) 1869
(d) None of these

(a) 1879

(2) Amnesty International was established in London by the British Lawyer,


Peter Benenson in:

(a) 1961
(b) 1951
(c) 1971
(d) None of these

(a) 1961

(3) The ANZUS Treaty between Australia, New Zealand and United States was
signed in:

(a) 1951
(b) 1945
(c) 1950
(d) None of these

(a) 1951

(4) The Treaty of Versailles settled peace in:

(a) Europe
(b) Middle East
(c) Africa
(d) None of these

(a) Europe

(5) The Commonwealth of independent states was established in:


(a) 1991
(b) 1990
(c) 1989
(d) None of these

(a) 1991

(6) International Monetary fund was formed after Bretton Woods Conference
in:

(a) 1944
(b) 1943
(c) 1945
(d) None of these

(a) 1944

(7) “Issues in Global Politics” was written by:

(a) E. H. Corr
(b) Gavin Boyed
(c) James N Rosenau
(d) None of these

(b) Gavin Boyed

(8) South West Asia is popularly known as:

(a) Near East


(b) Middle East
(c) Arab World
(d) None of these

(b) Middle East

(9) Nato was organized in:

(a) 1948
(b) 1949
(c) 1950
(d) None of these

(b) 1949

(10) Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) was established


in:

(a) 1960
(b) 1968
(c) 1970
(d) None of these

(a) 1960

(11) South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation consists of:

(a) 7 states
(b) 8 states
(c) 5 states
(d) None of these

(b) 8 states (Including Afghanistan)

(12) Suez crises between Egypt, France, Britain, Israel began in:

(a) 1956
(b) 1955
(c) 1954
(d) None of these

(a) 1956

(13) The International court of justice was constituted on:

(a) 26th June 1945


(b) 21st June 1946
(c) 23rd June 1948
(d) None of these

(a) 26th June 1945

(14) The Charter of United Nations consists of:

(a) 108 articles


(b) 101 articles
(c) 111 articles
(d) None of these

(c) 111 articles

(15) The British Secretary of Foreign Affairs A. Balfour announced British


support to establish Jewish state in Palestine in:

(a) November 2, 1917


(b) October 7, 1916
(c) December 2, 1918
(d) None of these

(a) November 2, 1917

(16) To cripple British Communication with India, Napoleon organized military


expedition to Egypt in:

(a) 1798
(b) 1789
(c) 1898
(d) None of these

(a) 1798

(17) LAIA stands for:

(a) Latin American Integration Association


(b) Latin American Information Agency
(c) Latin American Investment Association
(d) None of these

(a) Latin American Integration Association

(18) Arab League was established on:

(a) 22nd March 1945


(b) 22nd April 1945
(c) 22nd February 1945
(d) None of these

(a) 22nd March 1945

(19) The Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT-I) was signed in:

(a) 1972
(b) 1971
(c) 1974
(d) None of these

(a) 1972
(20) The headquarter of Asian Development Bank (ADB) is located in:

(a) Bangkok
(b) Manila
(c) Singapore
(d) None of these

(b) Manila
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Solved MCQs

(i). International Relations during 1648—1945 were characterized by:

a. Bi-polar system
b. Multi-polar system
c. Uni-polar system
d. None of these

b. Multi-polar system

(ii). French revolution occurred in:

a. 1787
b. 1789
c. 1798
d. None of these

b. 1789
(iii). World population was one billion in:

a. 1800
b. 1803
c. 1850
d. None of these

b. 1803

(iv). Versailles Peace Conference was held in:

a. 1918
b. 1919
c. 1920
d. None of these

b. 1919

(v). Germany invaded Poland in:

a. 1938
b. 1939
c. 1940
d. None of these

b. 1939

(vi). Bretton Woods Conference was concluded in:

a. July 1944
b. August 1944
c. September 1944
d. None of these

a. July 1944

(vii). ECOSOC has been established under chapter______of the UN charter:

a. V
b. VII
c. X
d. None of these

c. X
(viii). The UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim belonged to:

a. Austria
b. Poland
c. Belgium
d. None of these

a. Austria

(ix). “Politics among Nations” was written by:

a. K.J.Holstai
b. Hans Morgenthau
c. Frederick Hartman
d. None of these

b. Hans Morgenthau

(x). United Arab Emirates is a federation of:

a. 5 Emirates
b. 6 Emirates
c. 7 Emirates
d. None of these

c. 7 Emirates

(xi). The ICJ is located at:

a. Washington
b. Geneva
c. The Hague
d. None of these

c. The Hague

(xii). Cuban Missiles Crisis occurred during:

a. 1958
b. 1960
c. 1962
d. None of these

c. 1962

(xiii). German reunification occurred in:


a. 1990
b. 1991
c. 1992
d. None of these

a. 1990

(xiv). The WTO began in:

a. 1993
b. 1994
c. 1995
d. None of these

c. 1995

(xv). Switzerland joined the UN during:

a. 2000
b. 2001
c. 2002
d. None of these

c. 2002

(xvi). OIC is an organization of:

a. 48 states
b. 57 states
c. 60 states
d. None of these

b. 57 states

(xvii). African Development Bank was established in:

a. 1962
b. 1964
c. 1969
d. None of these

b. 1964

(xviii). Black Sea Economic Cooperation Zone consists of ______ members:


a. 11
b. 12
c. 13
d. None of these

a. 11

(xix). The author of famous book, “Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy” is:

a. Gerald Ford
b. Henry Kissinger
c. Ronald Reagan
d. None of these

b. Henry Kissinger

(xx). Mauritius and Seychelles are located in ______ ocean:

a. Pacific
b. Western Indian
c. Mediterranean
d. None of these

b. Western Indian
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Solved MCQs

(i) Sarah Palin is the governor of:


(a) New York
(b) Alaska
(c) Illinois
(d) None of these

(b) Alaska

(ii) President De Gaulle withdrew France from NATO in:

(a) 1966
(b) 1950
(c) 1962
(d) None of these

(a) 1966

(iii) Pearl Harbor, USA, naval base in Hawain Islands, during WWII was
attacked by:

(a) Germany
(b) Japan
(c) Cuba
(d) None of these

(b) Japan

(iv) According to Brandt Report, 'The South consists of:

(a) Third world countries


(b) Australia
(c) China
(d) None of these

(a) Third world countries

(v) In 1933 Hitler signed an agreement with pope known as:

(a) Brandeus
(b) Concordat
(c) Peace Pact
(d) None of these

(b) Concordat

(vi) The current president of Russia is:


(a) Vladimir Putin
(b) Nicolas Sarkozy
(c) Dmitry Medvedev
(d) None of these

(c) Dmitry Medvedev

(vii) North Korea invaded South Korea in:

(a) 1948
(b) 1950
(c) 1959
(d) None of these

(b) 1950

(viii) Indian Congress came into power under the leadership of Sonia Gandhi
in:

(a) 2000
(b) 2004
(c) 2006
(d) None of these

(b) 2004

(ix) The UN charter in 1945 was drawn up in:

(a) New York


(b) San Francisco
(c) Washington
(d) None of these

(b) San Francisco

(x) Owen Young, who gave the young plan was:

(a) An American banker


(b) German President
(c) British Ambassador
(d) None of these

(a) An American banker

(xi) Windock is the capital of:


(a) Ziganda
(b) Namibia
(c) Luxembourg
(d) None of these

(b) Namibia

(xii) CENTO was dissolved in:

(a) 1979
(b) 1981
(c) 1998
(d) None of these

(a) 1979

(xiii) The first Hague Conference was held in:

(a) 1890
(b) 1907
(c) 1914
(d) None of these

(d) None of these (1899)

(xiv) NPT is not signed by:

(a) China
(b) Israel
(c) Russia
(d) None of these

(b) Israel

(xv) Afghanistan has vice-presidents:

(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) None
(d) None of these

(c) None

(xvi) Current Foreign Secretary of Pakistan is:

(a) Shah Mehmood Qureshi


(b) Salman Bashir
(c) Sherry Rehman
(d) None of these

(b) Salman Bashir

(xvii) ASEAN summit 2008 took place in:

(a) Bangkok
(b) Malaysia
(c) Philippines
(d) None of these

(a) Bangkok

(xviii) Faroe Island is:

(a) A Scandinavian state


(b) Darwin's birth place
(c) an American prison
(d) None of these

(a) A Scandinavian state

(xix) Ronald Reagan was a presidential candidate of:

(a) Republican
(b) Democrat
(c) Both
(d) None of these

(a) Republican

(xx) " Politics among nations" was written by:

(a) K.J. Holsti


(b) Gavin Boyd
(c) Hans.J.Margenthau
(d) None of these

(c) Hans.J.Margenthau
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Solved MCQs

i. UNO was formed in:

a) 1944
b) 1945
c) 1946
d) None of these

b) 1945

ii. The cold war between USA and USSR started in:

a) 1942
b) 1945
c) 1946
d) None of these

both a and b are correct. 1942 Manhattan project was completed, cold war
started. 1945 WWII was ended, cold war started.

iii. Peaceful co-existence between USA and USSR was initiated by:

a) Stalin
b) Brezhnev
c) Khruschev
d) None of these

c) Khruschev
iv. Detente between USA and USSR started between:

a) 1959-69
b) 1969-79
c) 1980-90
d) None of these

b) 1969-79

v. Perestroika was started by:

a) Brezhnev
b) Podgorny
c) Gorbachev
d) None of these

c)Gorbachev

vi. The Taliban came to power in Afghanistan in:

a) 1990
b) 1992
c) 1996
d) None of these

c) 1996

vii. Ismail Hania is:

a) President of Palestine
b) Lebanese Minister
c) Leader of Hamas
d) None of these

c) Leader of Hamas

viii. Natan Yahu is:

a) President of Taiwan
b) Defence Minister of China
c) Prime Minister of Israel
d) None of these

c) Prime Minister of Israel

ix. USSR was disintegrated in:

a) 1989
b) 1990
c) 1991
d) None of these

c) 1991

x. Theory and Practice of International Relations is written by:

a) Padelford and Lincoln


b) Palmer and Perkins
c) Hans j.Morganthau
d) None of these

b) Palmer and Perkins

xi. Kim El Jong is:

a) President of South Korea


b) Foreign Minister of Burma
c) President of North Korea
d) None of these

d) None of these (Supreme Leader of North Korea)

xii. Javiar Solana is:

a) Foreign Minister of Spain


b) President of Namibia
c) Foreign Policy adviser of European Union
d) None of these

c) Foreign Policy adviser of European Union

xiii. Ronald Reagan an actor became the President of:

a) Mexico
b) USA
c) France
d) None of these

b) USA

xiv. NPT was signed in:

a) 1966
b) 1968
c) 1970
d) None of these

b) 1968

xv. CTBT was signed in:

a) 1990
b) 1944
c) 1995
d) None of these

d) None of these (1996)

xvi. People's Republic of China came into being in:

a) 1947
b) 1948
c) 1949
d) None of these

c) 1949

xvii. WTO was formed in:

a) 1990
b) 1993
c) 1995
d) None of these

c) 1995

xviii. Cuban Missile Crisis took place in:

a) 1960
b) 1961
c) 1962
d) None of these

c) 1962

xix. NATO was singed in:

a) 1945
b) 1948
c) 1949
d) None of these

c) 1949

xx. UN Secretary General Ban ki Moon is from:

a) Burma
b) Mauritius
c) South Korea
d) None of these

c) South Korea

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Solved MCQs
(i) The author of the book “The End of History and the Last Man” is:

a. Fukuyama
b. Huntington
c. Kissinger
d. Christine Faire
e. None of these

(ii) The author of the book “Twenty Years Crisis” is:

a. Rosenau
b. Harold J Laski
c. E. H. Carr
d. John Dewey
e. None of these

(iii) Balance of power is based on:

a. Realist Paradigm
b. Liberal Paradigm
c. Marxist Paradigm
d. Post Modernism
e. None of these

(iv) Emmanuel Kant and John Locke provides the philosophical basis for:

a. Realism
b. Liberalism
c. Post Modernism
d. Behaviouralism
e. None of these

(v) Pre Emptive Strike Doctrine confers upon states the:

a. Right to attack any potential threat to its security.


b. Right to attack when they are actually attacked
c. The responsibility to intervene in the domestic affairs of other states for
humanitarian protection
d. Duty to respond to the calls of UN.
e. None of these

(vi) Modern State System is believed to have started with:

a. End of Second World War


b. Versailles Treaty
c. End of Cold War
d. Peace of Westphalia
e. None of these
(vii) The 1979 summit meeting which led to peace between Egypt and Israel
was held at:

a. Camp X-Ray
b. Camp Roger
c. Camp New York
d. Camp David
e. None of these

(viii) Apartheid was a policy of the:

a. State of Israel
b. State of West Africa
c. State of South Africa
d. State of North Africa
e. None of these

(ix) Pakistan joined NAM in:

a. 1955
b. 1978
c. 1988
d. 1985
e. None of these (1979)

(x) In Pakistan:

a. All treaties must be ratified by Senate to become binding.


b. The government can bind Pakistan to any treaty without informing the Parliament.
c. Constitution requires referendum on each treaty before it becomes binding.
d. All provincial governments must also agree with the federal government before a
treaty becomes binding.
e. None of these

(xi) SAARC was established in:

a. 1993
b. 1985
c. 1990
d. 1998
e. None of these

(xii) NATO has announced to hand over all security operations in Afghanistan
to Afghans in:

a. 2011
b. 2012
c. 2013
d. 2014
e. None of these
(xiii) Intifada refers to:

a. The Russian revolution


b. The spontaneous popular uprising of the Palestinians beginning in the late
1980s
c. Palestinian relations with Jordan
d. The popular uprising of the Arab people for democracy
e. None of these

(xiv) Through Balfour Declaration 1917:

a. USA announced its support for creation of Israel


b. Britain announced its support for creation of independent Palestine
c. Britain announced its commitment to the creation of a Jewish state in the
Middle East
d. Soviet Union announced its support ofr World Revolution
e. None of these

(xv) The current row between US and Iran is about:

a. Iran’s system of Education


b. Iran’s Democracy
c. Iran’s Nuclear Program
d. Iran’s relations with Pakistan
e. None of these

(xvi) Kerry Lugar Bill is about:

a. Aid specifically to Pakistani flood victims


b. Aid to Pakistan
c. Aid to Pakistan Army
d. Aid to Muslim countries
e. None of these

(xvii) Indo-Chinese war occurred in:

a. 1965
b. 1962
c. 1971
d. 1948
e. None of these

(xviii) Ho Chi Minh was:

a. Leader of Vietnam
b. Leader of Laos
c. Leader of Thailand
d. Leader of Japan
e. None of these

(xix) Missile crisis of 1962 was between:


a. USA, USSR and Cuba
b. USA, USSR and Argentine
c. USA, USSR and Egypt
d. USA, USSR and Iran
e. None of these

(xx) New International Economic Order:

a. Is Economic System structured after the end of Cold War.


b. Was the demand of the rich countries to change the International Economic System
c. Was the demand of the Global South to restructure the International
Economic System.
d. Is the International Economic System based on technological revolution
e. None of these.

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International Relations 1986

(1) Point out two more basic objectives of relations with other nations:
(a) National security
(b) Foreign policy
(c) bilateral issues
(d) None of these
(e) Both (a) and (b)
(2) Enumerate two more ways of exercising economic power:
(a) High tariffs
(b) Sanctions
(c) Blockades
(d) All of them
(e) Both (b) and (c)

(3) Just in two more words point out the ineffectiveness of UN security
Council:
(a) Veto
(b) Debts
(c) Disagreement
(d) None of the above
(e) Both (b) and (c)

(4) Arab League was founded in:


(a) 1949
(b) 1950
(c) 1945
(d) 1940

(5) Two important decisions of the Yalta Conference were:


Ans. Plans for the defeat of Germany and formation of UNO.

(6) How are the diplomatic agents classified?


(a) Ambassador
(b) Consulate General
(c) Diplomats

(7) Name the two countries that have not agreed to the economic sanctions
against South Africa:
Ans. Great Britain and USA

(8) Presently the membership of NAM is:


(a) 33
(b) 77
(c) 101

(9) From US point of view what is the most important problem of Latin
America?
(a) Military dictatorship
(b) Political instability
(c) Communism
(d) Economic backwardness

(10) Name three countries of Western Europe where communists are a strong
political force.
Ans. France, Ital, and West Germany

(11) Frame one sentence to distinguish the meaning of: neutrality;


neutralization; non-alignment.
Ans. To remain neutral in a conflict. not to wide worth any of the two blocks i.e to
diffuse tension.

(12) List four organizations of Muslim countries, aiming at economic


cooperation.
Ans. Arab League, OIC, ECO, GC, DS, and APKC
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International Relations 1987

(1) The seven powers meeting in Venice in June, 1987 agreed to:
(a) Condemn Iraq and Iran for failing to end the war
(b) Uphold freedom of navigation in the gulf
(c) Impose sanctions on the sale of military equipment to Iraq and Iran

(2) India's Operation Eagle was designed against


(a) Pakistan
(b) The Sikhs
(c) Sri Lanka

(3) Palestine Arabs live in the areas Israel occupied in


(a) 1958
(b) 1967
(c) 1973
(d) 1974

(4) The contemporary international system is


(a) A danger to peace
(b) Bi-polar
(c) Multi-polar

(5) The agreement to create the League of Arab States in October 1944 was
signed by
(a) Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Iraq
(b) Egypt, Trans-Jordan, Sudan and Lebanon
(c) Egypt, Syria, Trans-Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon

(6) The Tashkent agreement


(a) Condemned China
(b) Pledged plebiscite in Kashmir
(c) Ended the hostilities between India and Pakistan

(7) When States refer a case to the international Court of Arbitration, they
(a) Ask the judges to decide the case on merit
(b) Choose the judges of their own choice
(c) Reserve the right to make an appeal to the International Court of Justice

(8) The security Council of the United Nations


(a) shares power with the General Assembly
(b) Takes actions by unanimous consent
(c) Establishes subsidiary organs as it deems necessary to perform its functions

(9) The United States was a member of


(a) Warsaw Pact
(b) SEATO
(c) CENTO
(d) None of the above

(10) The Rio Pact provides


(a) the consultation of Foreign Ministries of Latin American countries
(b) consorted action against communist states
(c) the the collective settlement of Latin American disputes

(11) The Cuban Crisis of 1962 led to


(a) status quo in Latin America
(b) adjustments of relations between Cuba and the United States
(c) test Ban Treaty of 1963

(12) Write in order the names of five countries having rapid population growth
Ans. Zambia, Syria, Togo, Kenya, Uganda
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(1) Ukrainian Soviet Socialist is:


(a) An independent (recognized) country
(b) member of the Nations Organizations
(c) Member of Warsaw

(2) Glasnost
(a) is intended to reduce armament through Perestroika
(b) is like sliding the lid to let steam off by restructuring Soviet Economy
through Perestroika
(c) stems from Soviet Union's need to reduce armament in order to restructure Soviet
Economy i.e Perestroika

(3) Insurgency
(a) is belligerency
(b) is not belligerency
(c) could turn into belligerency

(4) For Pakistan, joining of SEATO and CENTO was


(a) intended to inhibit Communist expansion
(b) defensive in nature
(c) designed to prevent Indian aggression

(5) Euro-Communism is
(a) splintered legacy of Leninism
(b) an essentially European brand of Socialism
(c) un-democratic in form and nature

(6) Non-alignment movement has


(a) accomplished its purpose
(b) been shelved for good
(c) gone into low profile

(7) Cold war has


(a) taken a new form
(b) gone into recess
(c) become meaningless

(8) Economic destiny of world is controlled by


(a) industrially advanced countries
(b) IMF and IBRD
(c) Multinational Corporations

(9) Organization of Islamic Conference


(a) is now a skeleton without flesh
(b) is totally ineffective body
(c) has obtained tremendous results

(10) Ulan Bator is in


(a) Tibet
(b) Russia
(c) Outer Mangolia
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A. Explain the following

(1) Perestroika:
Ans: It was a program of restructuring the Soviet system launched by Soviet president
Mikhail Gorbachev.

(2) Ethnic cleansing:


Ans: The term is used to express the operation in which the majority ethnic group
attempts to wipe out the opposing minority ethnic group through violent methods of
mass killing.

(3) Land Mines Convention:


Ans: The representatives from 140 governments joined by representatives of hundreds
of NGOs and international agencies attended the convention signing conference and
mine action forum Ottawa from December 2 to 4, 1947.

(4) Star Wars Program:


Ans: It is a program proposed by US government which aims at countering the threat
of Soviet and Chinese missiles.
(5) Iron Curtain:
Ans: The term refers to to the tight security ring which the Soviet Union had formed
along its frontiers.

B. Acronyms

(6) OAU stand for:


Ans: Organization of African Unity

(7) WMD stands for:


Ans: Weapon of Mass Destruction

(8) APEC stands for:


Ans: Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation

(9) OIC stands for:


Ans: Organization of the Islamic Conference

(10) OSCE stands for:


Ans: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe

C. Write as asked

(11) Two main points of Oslo Accord:

(1) The future status of Jerusalem would be determined through negotiations between
Palestine and Israel.
(2) The issue of Palestinian refugees and the Israeli settlers in the west bank would be
discussed after complete withdrawal of Israel from the west bank.

(12) Two main points of Dayton Agreement:

(1) The state of Bosnia and Herzegovina was divided into two units called the Serb
Republic and the Muslim Croat Federation.
(2) The state was provided with a presidential form of government, a bicameral
legislature, a central bank, a court and a single currency.

(13) Two main points of Shimla Accord:

(1) It aimed at normalization of relationship between the two countries after the 1971
war. (India and Pakistan)
(2) There was no agreement on the exchange of prisoners of war or Kashmir dispute.

(14) Two main points of Geneva Accord:

(1) Russia would withdraw its 115,000 troops from Afghanistan within a period of 9
months.
(2) Arrangements shall be made for organized return of Afghan refugees to their
homelands.

D. Who are the following?

(15) Richard Holbrook:


Ans: US diplomat to the United Nations. He was the architect of 'Dayton Peace Accord'
which was signed in 1995.

(16)Abdul Rehman Waheed:


Ans: President of Indonesia

(17) Bulent Ecevit:


Ans: Prime minister of Turkey

(18) Monica Lewinsky


Ans: She was a US White House intern who developed intimate relationship with US
president Bill Clinton. The scandal led to the impeachment motion against the president.
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(4) For Pakistan, joining of SEATO and CENTO was


(a) intended to inhibit Communist expansion
(b) defensive in nature
(c) designed to prevent Indian aggression
option a could be correct because Pakistan is non member of NAM and it was considered
as sisters of NATO or in simple words to contain communism in south east asia as
well as in pacific and south asia along with AZNUS pact at the of Ellan Dullas who
was fomaus for his Roll back strategy against Harry Truman doctrine of containment.
Quote:

originally posted by marwatone

(5) Euro-Communism is
(a) splintered legacy of Leninism
(b) an essentially European brand of Socialism
(c) un-democratic in form and nature
option a seems more appropiate because with the collapse of USSR,iron curtain and
reunification of west and east Germany Leninism collapsed or in other words splintered
into several pieces.
[QUOTE]
(2) Glasnost
(a) is intended to reduce armament through Perestroika
(b) is like sliding the lid to let steam off by restructuring Soviet Economy through
Perestroika
(c) stems from Soviet Union's need to reduce armament in order to restructure Soviet
Economy i.e Perestroika
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(2) Glasnost
(a) is intended to reduce armament through Perestroika
(b) is like sliding the lid to let steam off by restructuring Soviet Economy through
Perestroika
(c) stems from Soviet Union's need to reduce armament in order to restructure Soviet
Economy i.e Perestroika
option c
reduce armament to make economic reforms in USSr as military expanses antagonizes
the social welfare of the state
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(7) Cold war has


(a) taken a new form
(b) gone into recess
(c) become meaningless
option c is incorrect because cold war era nuclear race between USSR and US
started.Marxism as a model of economy was terminated, and capitalism had taken
strong hold in world economy such as imf.
so best option could be recess,for example conflict of interest of both parties in middle
east.
[QUOTE]

Quote:

(9) Organization of Islamic Conference


(a) is now a skeleton without flesh
(b) is totally ineffective body
(c) has obtained tremendous results
option a may be im wrong but i thought there is remarkable achievement is envisaged
by respective organization.

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(1) The seven powers meeting in Venice in June, 1987 agreed to:
(a) Condemn Iraq and Iran for failing to end the war
(b) Uphold freedom of navigation in the gulf
(c) Impose sanctions on the sale of military equipment to Iraq and Iran
click here
infact none of the big powers was interested in cessation of war.
right option would be c
. yes i did remember sandista scandal of Nixon era also known as iran contra
scandal.the only president who also resigned
due to aforementioned scandal.
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ii. The cold war between USA and USSR started in:
a) 1942
b) 1945
c) 1946
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(1) The total number of the British Colonies founded in Colonial America were:

(a) Thirteen
(b) Fifteen
(c) Twenty

(2) The “Sons of Liberty” was formed in:

(a) 1765
(b) 1767
(c) 1776

(3) The Peace Treaty of American Independence in 1783 was signed in the city
of:

(a) Philadelphia
(b) London
(c) Paris

(4) Which one of the following enjoys the title of “Father of American
Constitution”:

(a) Jefferson
(b) Washington
(c) Madison

(5) The first Ten Amendments to the Constitution of US ratified in 1791 are
known as:

(a) Bill of Constitution


(b) Bill of Rights
(c) Bill of Justice

(6) The first Secretary of State of US was:

(a) Hamilton
(b) Jefferson
(c) John Adams

(7) The Great Depression of 1929 lasted for:

(a) Three years


(b) Four years
(c) A decade

(8) The XYZ affairs took place between:

(a) US-England
(b) US- Russia
(c) US-France

(9) Cornwallis surrendered to the American and French troops at:

(a) Yorktown
(b) Gettysburg
(c) Saratoga

(10) The battle of Bull Run was fought in:

(a) The American War of Independence


(b) The American Civil War
(c) The US-Spanish War

(11) Panama Canal was officially opened in the year:

(a) 1812
(b) 1906
(c) 1914

(12) On August 26, 1920 the 19th Amendment to US Constitution gave voting
right to:

(a) Women
(b) Negroes
(c) Indians

(13) NATO was established in the year:

(a) 1949
(b) 1952
(c) 1953

(14) In 1900 the Open Door Policy was adopted with respect to:

(a) Japan
(b) South America
(c) China

(15) The book “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” was written by:

(a) Monica Lewinsky


(b) Paula Jones
(c) Harriet Beacher

(16) The Truman Doctrine was mainly designed to extend economic assistance
to:

(a) Turkey-Iraq
(b) Turkey-Egypt
(c) Turkey-Greece

(17) The 26th Amendment in 1971 lowered the voting age to:

(a) 18
(b) 19
(c) 21

(18) The term “Big Stick Diplomacy” is associated with President:

(a) T. Roosevelt
(b) Carter
(c) Reagan
(19) During the American Civil War, the President of Confederacy was:

(a) Jefferson Davis


(b) Abraham Lincoln
(c) Johnson

(20) Judges of the American Supreme Court are appointed by:

(a) President
(b) Senate
(c) Congress
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History of USA 2002

(1) Total articles in United States Constitution are:

(a) XIII
(b) XXIII
(c) VXI
(d) None of these

(2) Atlantic Charter dates back to:

(a) 1946
(b) 1941
(c) 1827
(3) Attack on Pearl Harbour took place in:

(a) 1918
(b) 1941
(c) 1939

(4) _____________ was the second state of ratify the constitution.

(a) Maine
(b) New York
(c) Pennsylvania

(5) Bill Clinton was _______ President of United States:

(a) 42nd
(b) 33rd
(c) 51st

(6) Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in:

(a) 1979
(b) 1962
(c) 1968

(7) Total number of states in US is:

(a) 51
(b) 50
(c) 13

(8) Dred Scott decision of the Supreme Court of U.S.A. declaring slave a chattel
was given in:

(a) 1823
(b) 1857
(c) 1893

(9) Gadsden Purchase was ratified in:

(a) 1823
(b) 1853
(c) 1911
(d) None of these

(10) Stamp Act was passed in:

(a) 1688
(b) 1765
(c) 1797

(11) Complete diplomatic relations between US and China were established in:
(a) 1979
(b) 1981
(c) 1982

(12) _____________ state is known as sunshine state:

(a) California
(b) Nebraska
(c) Florida

(13) _____________ state is known as Golden Gate state:

(a) Oklahoma
(b) Ohio
(c) Virginia
(d) None of these

(14) _____________ state is known as Sooners state:

(a) Arizona
(b) Texas
(c) North Dakota
(d) None of these

(15) What does ANZUS stand for?

Ans: Australia, New Zealand, & United States.

(16) Treaty of Ghent ended War of 1812 between USA and:

(a) France
(b) Great Britain
(c) Belgium

(17) Gettysburg Address was delivered by:

(a) President Lincoln


(b) George Washington
(c) Carter

(18) Columbus discovered America in:

(a) 1388
(b) 1688
(c) 1788
(d) None of these

(19) Louisiana which doubled the size of USA was purchased for:

(a) 150 million $


(b) 15 million $
(c) 15 billion $

(20) Dean Rusk was:

(a) Secretary of Defence


(b) Secretary of State
(c) Secretary of Interior
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(1) James Town was founded in:

(a) 1607
(b) 1609
(c) 1611

(2) Who wrote “The White House Years”?

(a) Monica Lewinsky


(b) Jacky Kennedy
(c) Henry Kissinger

(3) “I have a dream.” Who delivered this oration?

(a) John F. Kennedy


(b) Rev. Martin Luther King
(c) Bill Clinton

(4) The Capital of New York State is:

(a) New York


(b) Syracuse
(c) Albany

(5) Abolitionism was to:

(a) Ban Alcohol


(b) Ban Slavery
(c) Ban Child Labour

(6) Before Civil War the Principal Crop of the South was:

(a) Tobacco
(b) Cotton
(c) Rice

(7) Henry Clay was a:

(a) Musician
(b) Businessman
(c) Sportsman
(d) None of these

(8) US entered the Second World War in:

(a) 1939
(b) 1940
(c) 1941

(9) Gold Rush in California took place in:

(a) 1842
(b) 1849
(c) 1852
(d) None of these

(10) The Civil Right Act was passed in:

(a) 1964
(b) 1965
(c) 1966

(11) Louis Armstrong was a:

(a) Pianist
(b) Drummer
(c) Trumpeter
(12) ‘Four Freedoms’ were announced by:

(a) Truman
(b) Wilson
(c) FDR

(13) Affirmative Action policy is to help:

(a) Whites
(b) Blacks
(c) Women
(d) None of these

(14) Rockefellers made their fortune in:

(a) Oil
(b) Steel
(c) Railroads

(15) The Liberty Bell is located in:

(a) Washington D.C.


(b) New York
(c) Pennsylvania

(16) Which state was known as Lone Star Republic?

(a) California
(b) Texas
(c) Ore gone

(17) MORMONS are settled in:

(a) Nevada
(b) Utah
(c) New Mexico

(18) BABE RUTH was a:

(a) Priest
(b) Political Agitator
(c) Player

(19) The total number of British colonies in North America was:

(a) 11
(b) 13
(c) 15

(20) The Declaration of Independence was written by:


(a) George Washington
(b) Thomas Jefferson
(c) John Adams
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History of USA 2004

(1) America was named after:

(a) Christopher Columbus


(b) Amerigo Vespucci
(c) George Washington

(2) The Peace Treaty of American Independence in 1783 was signed in the City
of:

(a) Philadelphia
(b) London
(c) Paris
(d) Washington D.C

(3) “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” has been written by:

(a) Harriet Beacher


(b) Paula Jones
(c) Monica Lewinsky

(4) American Colonization Society was to:

(a) Support American expansionism


(b) Support anti slavery movement
(c) Settle Negros in Africa

(5) The only President to enjoy four terms:

(a) George Washington


(b) Thomson Jefferson
(c) Andrew Jackson
(d) Franklin D. Roosevelt

(6) The ‘Gold Rush’ of California occurred in:

(a) 1848
(b) 1862
(c) 1865
(d) 1914

(7) Next to Cotton the most valuable American export in 1860 was:

(a) Cotton manufacturers


(b) Tobacco
(c) Wheat
(d) Lumber

(8) Who were called indentured servants?

(a) Indians
(b) Europeans
(c) Black
(d) British

(9) French aid the American Revolutionary War because:

(a) The French Government was devoted to democratic ideas


(b) The Estate General forced the King to help
(c) The French expected to regain Louisiana
(d) The French wanted revenge on England

(10) The Constitution of the United States provides that amendments may be
proposed by:

(a) Congress
(b) The President
(c) Governors of the States
(d) States Conventions

(11) “Common Sense” suggested:


(a) Reconciliation with England
(b) Commonwealth Status with England
(c) Protest against Parliament
(d) Rebellion against the King

(12) What Revolution in Europe was influenced most directly by American


Revolution:

(a) Industrial Revolution


(b) French Revolution
(c) Glorious Revolution
(d) Puritan Revolution

(13) The First Bank of the United States was:

(a) A Private Corporation


(b) Government’s Institution
(c) City worker’s operated
(d) Industrial management

(14) In 1800 most of the Americans were:

(a) Veterans
(b) Hunters
(c) Tradesmen
(d) Farmers

(15) “Muckrakers” were:

(a) Black city workers


(b) White Racists
(c) Journalists

(16) American Women got the right to vote in:

(a) 1865
(b) 1920
(c) 1945

(17) The United States gained Texas from:

(a) Mexico
(b) Spain
(c) France
(d) Great Britain

(18) Which is the fastest growing minority group in America:

(a) Blacks
(b) Asian Americans
(c) Red Indians
(d) Hispanics

(19) The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbour in:

(a) December 1940


(b) December 1941
(c) December 1942

(20) The only President who was elected more than twice:

(a) George Washington


(b) Andrew Jackson
(c) Franklin D. Roosevelt
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History of USA 2005

(1) Virgin Island were purchased from:

(a) Spain
(b) Denmark
(c) Portugal

(2) Rhode Island was _________ state to enter original 13 States which joined
the Union.

(a) First
(b) Last
(c) Penultimate

(3) Philippine Islands were acquired by US in _________.

(a) 1909
(b) 1799
(c) 1899

(4) Puerto Rico ceded to US by _________.

(a) Spain
(b) Denmark
(c) Russia

(5) John Adams was _________ US President.

(a) Third
(b) Eleventh
(c) Twenty Fifth
(d) None of these

(6) Spain financed Westward voyage of Columbus in _________.

(a) 1492
(b) 1482
(c) 1472

(7) The Albany Congress (1754) was attended by delegates of _________


colonies.

(a) Thirteen
(b) Seven
(c) Eleven

(8) The Boston Massacre took place in _________

(a) 1763
(b) 1770
(c) 1773

(9) Oregon was acquired in _________.

(a) 1812
(b) 1839
(c) 1846

(10) The Gadsen purchase of 50,000 square mile of land was primarily for the
construction of _________.

(a) University Town


(b) Railways
(c) Canals

(11) Black birding is _________.

(a) Seven
(b) Eight
(c) Nine

(12) Black birding is _________.

(a) Legal importation of slaves


(b) Illegal importance of slaves
(c) Legal hunt of birds

(13) Congress of US consists of _________.

(a) Senate, House of Lords


(b) Senate and President
(c) House of Representative & President
(d) None of these

(14) Article 1 of US constitution says, “No person can be a Representative who


shall not have attained to the age of _________ years and _________ years a
citizen of the US”:

(a) Twenty Five and 10 years


(b) Thirteen and 07 years
(c) Twenty Five and 07 years

(15) First _________ amendments were passed by the congress on September


25, 1789.

(a) Ten
(b) Fourteen
(c) Four

(16) KKK stands for Ku-Klux Klan

(17) Delaware State is nicknamed _________ state.

(a) Donkey
(b) Dog
(c) Diamond

(18) Era of Good Feeling was during the presidency of _________.

(a) George Washington


(b) James Monroe
(c) Franklin D. Roosevelt

(19) The slogan of ‘Fair Deal’ was given by _________.


(a) President Truman
(b) President Nixon
(c) President Andrew Jackson.

(20) _________ is known as father of the constitution:

(a) George Washington


(b) Samuel Adams
(c) James Madison
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History of USA 2006

(1) Pilgrims fathers established:

(a) York town


(b) James town
(c) Psymonht colony

(2) Intolerable acts were introduced in:

(a) 1772
(b) 1774
(c) 1775

(3) Declaration of independence was written by:


(a) George Washington
(b) Thomas Jefferson
(c) John adams

(4) Cornwalis surrendered at York town in

(a) 1777
(b) 1781
(c) 1783

(5) According to firs census of USA (1790) its population was:

(a) 3.9 million


(b) 4.5 million
(c) 6.4 million

(6) Supreme court of USA was established in:

(a) 1787
(b) 1789
(c) 1791

(7) Statue of liberty was donated to USA by:

(a) Germany
(b) Spain
(c) France

(8) George Washington died in:

(a) 1797
(b) 1799
(c) 1801

(9) 1st chief justice of USA was:

(a) J.Mashal
(b) J.Adams
(c) J.Jay

(10) USA constitution was adopted in:

(a) 1786
(b) 1789
(c) 1791
(d) None of these

(11) Jefferson bought Louisiana from:

(a) Spain
(b) Germany
(c) France

(12) Monroe doctrine was:

(a) A document of land purchase


(b) A statement of foreign policy
(c) A policy of slavery

(13) Abolitionists wanted to abolish:

(a) Income tax


(b) Land revenue
(c) Slavery

(14) Name the president famous for his fourteen points:

(1) Jefferson
(2) Jackson
(3) Wilson

(15) Steel co-operation of USA was established in:

(a) 1810
(b) 1876
(c) 1901

(16) Alexander Graham invented:

(a) Radio
(b) Steam engine
(c) Telephone

(17) Truman Doctrine was a document about:

(a) England
(b) Russia
(c) Germany

(18) 1st university to be found in USA was:

(a) Harvard
(b) Yale
(c) Columbia

(19) 1st capital of USA was:

(a) New York


(b) Washington
(c) Philadelphia

(20) Who said this? Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can
do for your country:
(a) Washington
(b) Lincoln
(c) Kennedy
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History of USA 2007

(1) Columbus discovered the New World in:

(a) 1096
(b) 1295
(c) 1492
(d) 1493

(2) Jamestown was founded in:

(a) 1607
(b) 1616
(c) 1919
(d) 1628

(3) In 1602:

(a) Pope Draw’s demarcation line


(b) Harvard College is established
(c) Hudson explores Hudson River
(d) Pilgrims land at Plymouth
(e) None of these
(4) George Washington became president in:

(a) 1781
(b) 1789
(c) 1801
(d) 1804

(5) Thomas Jefferson was the ________ president of America.

(a) First
(b) Second
(c) Third
(d) Fifth

(6) The 1783 treaty of Paris that defined original border of the United States was
with:

(a) France
(b) Portugal
(c) Spain
(d) Great Britain

(7) The Louisiana purchase completed in 1803 was negotiated by:

(a) George Washington


(b) James Madison
(c) Robert Livingston
(d) Martin Van Buren

(8) The treaty of 1819 with Spain, that resulted in Spain’s cession of East
Florida, Sabine Free State and surrender of Spain’s claim to Oregon State was
called the:

(a) Rush-Bagot Agreement


(b) Adams-Onis Treaty
(c) Missouri Compromise
(d) Panama Congress

(9) Virgin Islands were purchased from:

(a) Spain
(b) Denmark
(c) Portugal
(d) Great Britain
(e) None of these

(10) The Virgin Islands were bought for US $:

(a) 25
(b) 250
(c) 2500
(d) 25000
(e) None of these

(11) Which American president was elected for two non-consecutive terms:

(a) Chester A. Arthur


(b) Benjamin Harrison
(c) Grover Cleveland
(d) Woodrow Wilson

(12) Jimmy Carter was the President of the USA from:

(a) 1969-1974
(b) 1974-1977
(c) 1977-1981
(d) 1981-1989

(13) Give the correct order of the states’ entry into the Union:

(a) Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia


(b) Massachusetts, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland
(c) Maryland, Georgia, New Jersey, Texas
(d) New Hampshire, Virginia, Massachusetts, Georgia

(14) Which joined the Union after Alaska:

(a) Arizona
(b) Oklahoma
(c) Utah
(d) Hawaii

(15) The BAY of PIGS invasion of Cuba happened during the Presidency of:

(a) Dwight D. Eisenhower


(b) Lyndon B. Johnson
(c) Richard Nixon
(d) John F. Kennedy

(16) The Declaration of Independence was formally adopted on:

(a) July 2, 1775


(b) July 4, 1776
(c) August 8, 1777

(17) The constitution of the United States of America was adopted in the period:

(a) 1681-1682
(b) 1764-1765
(c) 1787-1788

(18) In the amendments to the constitution of the USA freedom of religion,


speech and the press and right to assembly are protected by:
(a) First Amendment
(b) Second Amendment
(c) Third Amendment
(d) Fifth Amendment

(19) The National security of the USA is a document prepared by the:

(a) Executive Branch


(b) House of Representative
(c) Senate
(d) Brookings institute

(20) “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the
right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed,” is the:

(a) First amendment


(b) Second amendment
(c) Sixth amendment
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History of USA 2008

(1)The colony of Virginia was founded in 1607 by :

(a) Captain Robert


(b) Christopher Columbus
(c) Johan Smith
(d) Scott Barlow

(2)The colony of New Netherland, founded by the Dutch in 1621, came under
English rule in 1664 and was renamed:

(a) New Hampshire


(b) New Found Land
(c) New York
(d) New Mexico

(3)The first ten amendments to the American Constitution are known as:

(a) Bill of rights


(b) Citizen demands
(c) Governments regulations

(4)A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the
right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed, is the:

(a) First amendment


(b) Second amendment
(c) Tenth amendment

(5) The confusion at the time of Jefferson’s election was corrected by the
adoption in 1804 of the:

(a) First amendment


(b) Eleventh amendment
(c) Twelveth amendment
(d) Thirteenth amendment

(6) The Navigation Act was passed in:

(a) 1660
(b) 1760
(c) 1860

(7) The PENDLIETON Act, an act to regulate and improve the civil service of the
United States, was enacted on:

(a) May 11, 1871


(b) June 19, 1872
(c) September 20, 1881
(d) January 16, 1883

(8) President Roosevelt proclaimed an unlimited emergency on:

(a) May 27, 1941


(b) May 27, 1942
(c) May 27, 1945
(9) The Atlantic Charter of August 14, 1941 was a statement of common war
aims formulated between:

(a) Roosevelt and Hitler


(b) Roosevelt and Degaulle
(c) Hiter and Degaulle
(d) Roosevelt and Winston Churchill

(10) The United States of America formally declared war on Germany on:

(a) December 8, 1941


(b) December 12, 1941
(c) January 20, 1942
(d) None of these

(11)The BAY of PIGs invasion of Cuba happened during the Presidency of:

(a) Dwight D Eisenhower


(b) John F Kenedy
(c) Richard Nixon

(12) Herbert Hoover became President of the USA in:

(a) 1928
(b) 1929
(c) 1930

(13) The National security of the USA is a document prepared by the:

(a) Senate
(b) House of representative
(c) Executive Branch

(14) The first President of USA from 1787-1797 was:

(a) George Washington


(b) John Adams
(c) James Maclison

(15) William Harrison was the president of US in the period:

(a) 1817-1825
(b) 1829-1837
(c) 1841-1850
(d) 1850-1853

(16) The 40th President of the USA was:

(a) George Bush


(b) Gerald Rudolph Ford
(c) Jimmy Carter
(d) Ronald Wilson Reagon
(17) Dwight D Eisenhower served two terms in office from 1953-1961. Who was
his vice-President?

(a) Christian A. Herter


(b) Gerald R. Ford
(c) John Foster Dulles
(d) Richard Nixon

(18) Which President of the USA resigned from the office in his second term?

(a) Abraham Lincoln


(b) Jimmy Carter
(c) Richard Nixon
(d) Zachary Taylor

(19) United States of America joined with Western European nations to form
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in:

(a) 1949
(b) 1951
(c) 1954

(20) The 25th amendment providing for Presidential succession was ratified by
states in:

(a) 1965
(b) 1966
(c) 1967
(d) 1976
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(1) During his first voyage, Columbus accidentally landed at the:

(a) Virgin Islands


(b) Hawaiian Islands
(c) Watlings Island in the Bahamas
(d) Northern Mariana Islands

(2) Which of the following English Colonies in America was named after Queen
Elizabeth?

(a) Maryland
(b) Florida
(c) Virginia
(d) Georgia

(3) Which of the following States in the United States of America was famous for
its gold mines?

(a) Maryland
(b) Vermont
(c) California
(d) Massachusetts

(4) The first permanent and successful English Colony in America, Jamestown
Virginia, was founded in the year:

(a) 1492
(b) 1592
(c) 1607
(d) 1707

(5) The Pilgrims from England reached Plymouth (New England) in a ship called:

(a) Nina
(b) Pinta
(c) Mayflower
(d) Leopard

(6) Which one of the following leaders of American Revolution was also a
scientist, a printer, a satirist and a political philosopher?

(a) Samuel Adams


(b) John Adams
(c) Benjamin Franklin
(d) Thomas Jefferson

(7) How many political parties are mentioned by name in the U.S. Constitution?
(a) One
(b) Two
(c) Three
(d) Four

(8) The Bill of Rights was incorporated in the U.S. Constitution in the year:

(a) 1787
(b) 1789
(c) 1790
(d) 1791

(9) Who was elected as President of the Confederacy when the seceding
Southern Slave State announced their secession from United States of America
and founded the Confederate States of America in 1861?

(a) Thomas Jefferson


(b) Jefferson Davis
(c) James Madison
(d) Aaron Burr

(10) In which capacity did Alexander Hamilton work with George Washington,
the first President of United States of America:

(a) Secretary of Defense


(b) Secretary of State
(c) Secretary of Treasury
(d) Attorney General

(11) One of the first two political factions in United States, the Democratic
Republicans, was led by:

(a) Jefferson Davis


(b) Alexander Hamilton
(c) Thomas Jefferson
(d) George Washington

(12) The Treaty of Paris in 1783 fixed the Western boundary of the United States
at the River:

(a) Missouri
(b) Kentucky
(c) Mississippi
(d) Potomac

(13) During Jefferson’s Presidency, Robert R. Livingstone was the U.S. Minister
to:

(a) England
(b) Spain
(c) France
(d) Russia

(14) Under which treaty United States acquired Florida from Spain?

(a) Treaty of Paris


(b) Adams-Onis Treaty
(c) Pinckney’s Treaty
(d) Jay’s Treaty

(15) Which of the American Presidents won four consecutive presidential


elections and remained president for the longest period of time:

(a) Theodore Roosevelt


(b) Woodrow Wilson
(c) Franklin Delano Roosevelt
(d) Harry S. Truman

(16) Alaska was acquired by United States from:


(a) Spain
(b) England
(c) Canada
(d) Russia

(17) Which of the American presidents was responsible for the Apollo Project
that resulted in the man’s landing on the surface of moon?

(a) Dwight David Eisenhower


(b) John F. Kennedy
(c) Lyndon Baines Johnson
(d) Richard Nixon

(18) Which of the American Presidents was present at the time of the signing of
the Camp David Accords between Egypt and Israel?

(a) John F. Kennedy


(b) Richard Nixon
(c) Jimmy Carter
(d) Ronald Reagan

(19) Which of the American presidents called the former Soviet Union “An Evil
Empire”?

(a) Richard Nixon


(b) Jimmy Carter
(c) Ronald Reagan
(d) George Herbert Walker Bush

(20) Which one of the American presidents remained the head of the Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA) before becoming the president?

(a) Richard Nixon


(b) Jimmy Carter
(c) George Herbert Walker Bush
(d) Gerald Rudolph Ford
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History of USA 2010

(1) The Pilgrim reached Plymouth in:

(a) 1616
(b) 1620
(c) 1630

(2) Thomas Jafferson wrote ‘Declaration of Independence’ in:

(a) 1774
(b) 1776
(c) 1777

(3) Boston Tea Party was an act of:

(a) Serving Tea in a Party


(b) Exporting Tea to France
(c) Throwing Tea into the water

(4) The Americans signed a Treaty of alliance with France in:

(a) 1775
(b) 1777
(c) 1778

(5) General Cornwallis Surren dies at:

(a) New York


(b) Boston
(c) York Town
(d) None of these

(6) The Constitution of USA was adopted in:

(a) 1783
(b) 1789
(c) 1790
(d) None of these

(7) George Washington was elected as the President of America for the first time
in:
(a) 1785
(b) 1787
(c) 1789

(8) The first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of America was:

(a) John Marshal


(b) John Jay
(c) J. Adams

(9) The first capital of the United States of America was:

(a) New York


(b) James Town
(c) Washington

(10) The statue of Liberty was donated to USA by:

(a) Germany
(b) Italy
(c) France

(11) Locomotive was invented by Peter Couper in:

(a) 1820
(b) 1830
(c) 1835

(12) United States of America Steel Corporation was established in:

(a) 1891
(b) 1897
(c) 1901

(13) America entered World War-I in:

(a) 1915
(b) 1917
(c) 1918

(14) Alva Edison invented Phonograph in:

(a) 1872
(b) 1876
(c) 1878
(d) None of these

(15) Elijah Muhammad assumed leadership of the Black Muslims Movement in:

(a) 1930
(b) 1934
(c) 1936

(16) Korean war started in:

(a) 1948
(b) 1950
(c) 1953

(17) D. David Eisenhower was elected U.S. President (I term) in:

(a) 1950
(b) 1952
(c) 1953

(18) Who had said, ‘Ask not what your country do for you’, say what you can do
for your country?

(a) George Washington


(b) Abraham Lincoln
(c) John F. Kennedy

(19) Martin Luther King won the Novel Peace Prize in:

(a) 1958
(b) 1960
(c) 1964

(20) American Troops finally left Vietnam after the end of the war in:

(a) 1970
(b) 1973
(c) 1975
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(i) During the Cuban Crisis, President Kennedy demanded:


(a) A “quarantine” to stop ships carrying offensive weapons to Cuba
(b) The removal of Russian strategic missiles
(c) Both of these
(d) None of these

(ii) The American commitment to prevent spread of Communism was expressed


in:
(a) The Marshal Plan
(b) The Truman Doctrine
(c) The Yalta Declaration
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(iii) Europe’s rapid economic recovery after World War II was mainly due to:
(a) Truman Doctrine
(b) Big Four Conference
(c) Marshall Plan
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(iv) Which of the following pertains to American involvement in World War II?
(a) Lend Lease Act
(b) Atlantic Charter
(c) Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbour
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(v) A major difference between World War I and World War II was:
(a) A global involvement
(b) American intervention
(c) War strategy and weapons
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(vi) Which of the following was a reason for the Great Depression?
(a) Weakness in American Banking System
(b) International Economic imbalance of trade
(c) Low American wages gave inadequate purchasing power to support excessive capital
investment
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(vii) The “White man’s burden” refers to:


(a) A belief in the equality of all races of man
(b) The assumed “Superiority of the white race with obligation to guide and
develop “inferior” races
(c) European isolation policies (d) All of these (e) None of these

(viii) The North American colonies enjoyed economic success because of:
(a) Hardworking populations
(b) The practice of monoculture on plantations
(c) The use of slave labour
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(ix) During the height of European emigration between 1900 and 1910 most
emigrants settled in:
(a) Australia
(b) New Zealand
(c) South America
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(x) The Americas changed from continents inhabited by people of mongoloid


stock to:
(a) The most racially mixed region of the world
(b) Completely Indo-European Stock
(c) Majority Negroid Stock
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(xi) Large scale African slavery began as a means of:


(a) Dispersing the captives of African warfare
(b) Dispersing populations from overcrowded areas
(c) Supplying labour for New World plantations
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(xii) In addition to natural harbours and a hospitable climate, America was


easily accessible because of its:
(a) Well developed interior waterways
(b) Exclusive Western deserts
(c) Well travelled interior routes
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(xiii) Eighteenth amendment pertained to:


(a) Abolition of slavery
(b) Extension of suffrage to women
(c) Popular election of senators
(d) Right to keep and bear arms
(e) None of these

(xiv) Fourteenth amendment pertained to:


(a) Definition of citizenship
(b) Appointment of Representatives in Congress
(c) Validity of public debt
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(xv) In 1989 Summit meeting between Bush and Gorbachev was held in:
(a) Yalta
(b) Malta
(c) Camp David
(d) Tehran
(e) None of these

(xvi) Civil Rights Act was passed in:


(a) 1962
(b) 1966
(c) 1862
(d) 1866
(e) None of these

(xvii) In March 2001 George Bush announced rejection of Kyoto Protocol of:
(a) 1995
(b) 1996
(c) 1997
(d) 1998
(e) None of these

(xviii) President Carter secured senate ratification of treaties to return Panama


Canal to Panama by:
(a) 1997
(b) 1999
(c) 2000
(d) 2001
(e) None of these

(xix) The Fair Deal was name, given to ____ programme of Harry Truman.
(a) Foreign
(b) Security
(c) Domestic
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

(xx) First shipload of Negroes landed in Virginia in:


(a) 1619
(b) 1570
(c) 1487
(d) 1729
(e) None of these

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History of USA 2012

1. FDR highest vote in which term?


2nd Term

2. Harvard was established in which year?


1636

3. How many states signed Declaration of Independence?


13 Colonies

4. Ronald Reagan said Evil Empire about which state?


USSR

5. Fourth Constitution Amendment is about?


Search and Seizure

6. Paris Treaty in which year?


1783

7. First US Consensus in which year?


1790

8. Fourteen points of Wilson deals with?


Germany

10. NASA US space shuttle Colombia in which year?


1981

11. Intermediate Range Nuclear Treaty signed between Reagan and Gorbachev
in which year?
1987

12. I have a dream speech by Martin Luther in which year?


1963
13. Capital Punishment in America is followed in how many states?
35

14. Malcolm X killed in which year?


1965

15. National Organization of Women was established in which year?


1966

17. American Bar Association established in ??


1878

18. miranda rule pertains to


warn you in advance before arresting you

19. Truman doctrine was to contain communism in


Greece and Turkey

20. Reader Digest was introduced in America in


1922
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Q.1.(i) Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate Circle on the OMR Answer
Sheet. (20x1=20)
(ii) Answers given anywhere, other than OMR Answer Sheet, shall not be considered.

1.In his first voyage to the New World, Christopher Columbus first landed in:
(a) Cuba
(b) Trinidad
(c) Bahamas
(d) None of these

2.Pinckney’s Treaty was signed by the U.S. with:


(a) Britain
(b) France
(c) Spain
(d) None of these

3.Burr Conspiracy took place in the time of:


(a) Washington
(b) Jefferson
(c) Jackson
(d) None of these

4.Nullification crisis was about:


(a) Tariffs
(b) Slavery
(c) New states
(d) None of these

5. Gadsden Pinchase took place in:


(a) 1852
(b) 1843
(c) 1875
(d) None of these it was in 1853/54

6. Louisiana Pinchase lost the U.S.:


(a) $16 million
(b) $18 million
(c) $15 million
(d) None of these

7. Monticello is located in:


(a) Virginia
(b) Washington
(c) Maryland
(d) None of these

8. Lewis and Clark were sent on an expedition by:


(a) Washington
(b) Jefferson
(c) Adams
(d) None of these

9. Harriet Becher Stowe got renown by writing about:


(a) Revolution
(b) Social evils
(c) Slavery
(d) None of these

10. Which of the following presidents served in U.S. army as General?


(a) William Harrison
(b) Zachary Taylor
(c) Wlysses Grant
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

11.Charles Lindbergh was a famous:


(a) Senator
(b) Author
(c) Pilot
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

12.“Model T” was introduced by:


(a) Ford
(b) Carnegie
(c) Gompers
(d) None of these

13.Which of the following Presidents were also Vice-President?


(a) Andrew Johnson
(b) Richard Nixon
(c) Lyndon Johnson
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

14. D-Day was:


(a)June 9, 1944
(b) March 6, 1945
(c) June 6, 1944
(d) None of these

15.An important Anglo-American Conference took place in January 1943 at:


(a) Cairo
(b) Casablanca
(c) Normandy
(d) None of these

16.George Marshall delivered his Marshall Plan speech at:


(a) LINO
(b) Congress
(c) Harvard University
(d) None of these

17.President Kennedy was assassinated in:


(a) Houston
(b) New Orleans
(c) Memphis
(d) None of these Texas

18.Man landed on the moon on:


(a) 21 July 1969
(b) 19 September 1969
(c) 21 October 1968
(d) None of these

19. 60s in America were known for:


(a) New left
(b) Counter culture
[B](c) Vietnam war
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

20. U.S. supported Contra rebels against the government of:


(a) Honduras
(b) Cuba
(c) Nicaragua
(d) None of these