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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. On April 23, NATO officials target the _______________ of Milosevic and his associates.
(a) Personal property and businesses.
(b) Businesses and families.
(c) Finances and businesses.
(d) Families and friends.
2. How many chemical attacks take place against the Kurds throughout Iraq?
(a) Under twenty.
(b) At least forty.
(c) More than fifty.
(d) Over one hundred.
3. The UN member states begin setting up a _____________ International Criminal Court (ICC).
4. Which president's administration comes under fire as more people now realize that the U.S. cannot pursue both an end to genocide and a policy of nonintervention in the Balkans?
(a) George W. Bush.
(b) Bill Clinton.
(c) Al Gore.
(d) George H.W. Bush.
5. In 1991, __________ begins to break up into smaller countries.
(b) The Ottoman Empire.
(c) The Soviet Union.
6. What form of intervention do the United States, Europe, and the United Nations not deploy in Bosnia until it is too late?
7. Which human rights group had been keeping a close eye on the Yugoslavian situation since the early-1990s?
(a) Helsinki Watch.
(c) Amnesty International.
(d) Human Rights Watch.
8. Policymakers in favor of ratification argue not only for the moral imperatives but also that non-ratification is:
(a) Damaging American interests and status.
(b) Enhancing Soviet interests and status.
(c) Damaging the UN's interests and status.
(d) Enhancing and facilitating the spread of Communism.
9. Which concentration camp does Reagan visit during his trip to Germany in response to people's complaints about his laying a wreath at a cemetery that includes the graves of nearly 50 Nazi SS officials?
10. The first wave of calls for an international war crimes tribunal in the 1990s comes after:
(a) The Bosnian genocide.
(b) Saddam Hussein invades Kuwait.
(c) The Rwandan genocide.
(d) The Srbrenica massacre.
11. In response to the bombing, Serbian forces expell 1.3 million Kosovars, _____________ of which flee to Macedonia and Albania.
12. In what year is the first genocide case tried before an international court?
13. Which 1998 law signed by President Clinton calls for an international tribunal to be established to try those who committed the Kurdish genocide?
(a) The Kurdish Genocide Act.
(b) The Iraqi Genocide Act.
(c) The Iraq Liberation Act.
(d) The Kurdistan Liberation Act.
14. Which Serb is in custody for carrying out the Srebrenica atrocities?
(a) Radovan Karadzic.
(b) Ratko Mladic.
(c) Radislav Krstic.
(d) Slobodan Milosevic.
15. Senator Bob Dole introduces a bill in the U.S. Senate that calls for what measure to be taken in order to help the Muslims in the Balkans?
(a) Commence air strikes against Serb troops.
(b) Freeze Serbia's assets.
(c) Send ground forces to the region.
(d) Lift the arms embargo.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Western diplomats suggest that Bosnia offer to its minorities?
2. When the Iraqi government orders Kurds to move into collective centers, any Kurd who remains in a prohibited area is:
3. The town of Halabja becomes known as the Kurdish ____________.
4. Out of an overall population of 18 million Iraqis, how many are "problematic" (according to the government) Kurds?
5. Major General Dallaire is stationed in Rwanda to help make sure what power-sharing agreement that, until the downing of the presidential plane held civil war at bay, is observed?
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