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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What results in the Soviets' attempt to invade the central Asian region?
(a) They withdraw in 1988.
(b) They withdraw but impress communist influence in the region.
(c) They are able to keep presence until the fall of U.S.S.R.
(d) It creates unlikely alliances in the Middle East/central Asia/ Persian Gulf.
2. What does Cheney promise the Saudi King as a liaison of President George H.W. Bush?
(a) U.S. will sell as many arms to Saudi Arabia as it needs.
(b) U.S. will send forces whenever the Saudi King asks.
(c) U.S. forces will leave as soon as the war is over.
(d) U.S. will no longer have an alliance with Israel.
3. What is the CIA's view on Iraq's intentions concerning Kuwait before the Persian Gulf War begins?
(a) Iraq is just intimidating Kuwait.
(b) Iraq is willing to do whatever it takes to get Kuwait's oil fields.
(c) Iraq is desparate to take Kuwait.
(d) Iraq is working in cahoots with Kuwait.
4. What occurs after the U.S. leaves Iraq and Kuwait?
(a) The Republican Guards kill all that revolted against Hussein.
(b) Hussein begins an alliance with bin Laden.
(c) Hussein begins to threaten Israel.
(d) The Shi'a takes over the government.
5. Why does Reagan create presence in the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Israel?
(a) To put Russia off balance.
(b) To protect oil owned by the U.S.
(c) To strengthen allies with Iran, Afghanistan and Israel.
(d) To protect Iraq.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Secretary of State Christopher push to bomb an Iraqi facility on a Saturday night?
2. The Russians almost prepare to exercise their strategic nuclear forces due to what concern?
3. Clarke believes the "Caliphate" movement will result in what kind of society?
4. What does the Continuity of Government implement?
5. During the Iran-Iraq war, what stance does the U.S. take?
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