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IV. Global and Local Associations

Segment I: Worldwide Associations

Answer any three of the accompanying inquiries. Each question conveys 20 imprints.

1.    Analyze the job and elements of the Assembled Countries in worldwide relations.

2.    Discuss the difficulties looked by global associations in the post-Cold Conflict time.

3.    Evaluate the adequacy of the Global Lawbreaker Court in advancing worldwide equity.

4.    Analyze the connection between local associations and the Assembled Countries.

Area II: Territorial Associations

Answer any three of the accompanying inquiries. Each question conveys 20 imprints.

1.    Analyze the job and elements of the European Association in advancing local participation and reconciliation.

2.    Discuss the difficulties looked by the Relationship of Southeast Asian Countries (ASEAN) in advancing local participation.

3.    Evaluate the viability of the African Association in advancing provincial harmony and security.

4.    Analyze the connection between provincial associations and globalization.

Segment III: Worldwide Regulation

Answer any two of the accompanying inquiries. Each question conveys 30 imprints.

1.    Discuss the sources and standards of worldwide regulation and their job in global relations.

2.    Analyze the difficulties looked by worldwide regulation in the post-Cold Conflict time.

3.    Evaluate the viability of worldwide regulation in advancing worldwide equity and common freedoms.

Note: This is an example paper and the inquiries and points might differ relying upon the particular subject or test.

 Class of Countries, Joined Countries, Territorial Associations, EU, ASEAN,

NAFTA, SAARC, SCO, OIC, ECO, WTO.

Segment I: Class of Countries and Joined Countries

Answer any three of the accompanying inquiries. Each question conveys 20 imprints.

1.    Analyze the triumphs and disappointments of the Class of Countries in keeping up with worldwide harmony and security.

2.    Discuss the foundation and development of the Unified Countries and its part in global relations.

3.    Evaluate the viability of the Unified Countries in advancing common liberties and philanthropic mediations.

4.    Analyze the connection between the Assembled Countries and local associations.

Segment II: Local Associations

Answer any three of the accompanying inquiries. Each question conveys 20 imprints.

1.    Discuss the job and elements of the European Association in advancing monetary and political coordination among part states.

2.    Analyze the difficulties looked by the Relationship of Southeast Asian Countries (ASEAN) in advancing provincial participation.

3.    Evaluate the viability of the North American International alliance (NAFTA) in advancing financial reconciliation among part states.

4.    Analyze the job and elements of the South Asian Relationship for Territorial Collaboration (SAARC) in advancing provincial participation and joining.

Segment III: Other Worldwide Associations

Answer any two of the accompanying inquiries. Each question conveys 30 imprints.

1.    Analyze the job and elements of the Association of Islamic Participation (OIC) in advancing collaboration and solidarity among part states.

2.    Discuss the foundation and development of the Shanghai Collaboration Association (SCO) and its part in territorial security and collaboration.

3.    Evaluate the viability of the World Exchange Association (WTO) in advancing streamlined commerce and financial globalization.

Note: This is an example paper and the inquiries and points might change relying upon the particular subject or test.

Reforms in the United Nations, World Bank and the IMF

Section I: Reforms in the United Nations

Answer any three of the following questions. Each question carries 20 marks.

  1. Analyze the need for reform in the United Nations and the challenges faced in implementing reforms.
  2. Discuss the proposals for reforming the United Nations Security Council and their potential impact on international relations.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of the United Nations in promoting sustainable development and environmental protection.
  4. Analyze the role of the United Nations in promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment.

Section II: Reforms in the World Bank

Answer any three of the following questions. Each question carries 20 marks.

  1. Discuss the evolution of the World Bank and its role in promoting economic development and poverty reduction.
  2. Analyze the need for reform in the World Bank and the challenges faced in implementing reforms.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of the World Bank in promoting sustainable development and environmental protection.
  4. Analyze the role of the World Bank in promoting social development and human rights.

Section III: Reforms in the IMF

Answer any two of the following questions. Each question carries 30 marks.

  1. Analyze the need for reform in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the challenges faced in implementing reforms.
  2. Discuss the role of the IMF in promoting international financial stability and economic growth.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of the IMF in promoting debt relief and poverty reduction.

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