Global Governance

Quiz covering the content of the Global Governance section of A2 politics unit 3D

WTO: What was the 2004 peace clause?
Stopped countries taking the US and EU to court over matters relating to subsidies.
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WTO: How often is the WTO agenda decided?
Every 2 years
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WTO: How does the strong defence of Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs) effect developing countries?
Patents and copyrights make commodities like life saving drugs more expensive.
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WTO: Who called the WTO corrupted, and a captured institution?
George Monbiot
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WTO: How much money does the WTO save from trade war?
$340 Billion
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WTO: what was the average trade tariff in the Financial Crisis of the 1930s?
50%
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WTO: What was the average trade tariff in the 2008 financial crisis?
9%
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IMF: Which countries have the IMF helped all citizens to live above $1 a day?
Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan
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IMF: How big is the emerging markets fund of the IMF?
$200bn
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IMF: After IMF involvement in Indonesia what happened to poverty rates there?
Rose from 11% to 40%
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IMF: How did cuts to public spending in Zambia in hospitals and schools effect the country?
Led to the outbreak of cholera
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IMF: What happened to the industry of Argentina after IMF SAP involvement?
-11%
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IMF:Who wasn't consulted during IMF involvement in their country in 1997?
South Korea
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IMF: What is the voting share of the US in the IMF?
16.7%
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WB: How much money has the World Bank predicted Climate Change may cost the global economy per year?
£36bn
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Who is the largest source of health, nutrition and population financing for developing nations?
World Bank
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WB: What happened to countries after WB loans because of a market led approach?
20/66 who received loans were poorer afterwards.
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WB: What example can be used to show a need for environmental consideration on WB projects?
Inga 3 Dam in the Congo
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WB: What was the voting proportions of the LEDCs increased to following criticism?
50%
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WB: What project is an example of WB Environment Evaluations following criticisms?
Sadar Sarovar Dam in India
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NATO: What is article 5 of NATO?
If one country is attacked it is an attack on all
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NATO: Give an example of new anti terrorism focus in practice
International Security Assistance Force Afghanistan
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Who supplied fresh water and infrastructure to people after the Pakistan Earthquake of 2005?
NATO
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NATO: Give an example of NATO expansion outside of North Atlantic (Indian Ocean).
Ocean Shield
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In what missions has NATO circumvented the UN (Bosnia 1995)?
Operation Deliberate Force
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NATO: How many troops were present in Poland to intimidate Russia in Exercise Anaconda?
31,000
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NATO: What happened after Libya United Protector?
Revival of Jihadist Groups and Stolen Air Missiles
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UN: What land dispute was settled in 2002 by the ICJ?
Nigeria and Cameroon Bakassi Peninsula
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UN Where do over half (8/15) of all peacekeeping missions take place?
Africa
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Who is the 3rd Largest contributor to the UN budget?
Germany
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Who vetoed on the UNSC action against Assad in Syria for use of chemical weapons in 2017?
Russia
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UNSC: How many people were disarmed by PK troops in Sierra Leone from 1999-2005?
75,000
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Since the MDGs how much has overseas aid increased?
60%
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UNSC: What is significant about the town Pyla in Cyrpus?
It is the only place in Cyprus where Greek and Turkish Cypriots live together thanks to UN peace keeping despite a long held grudge between the two.
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How many people were killed in a UN safe zone in South Sudan by gunmen?
30
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UNSC: UN Military budget equates to what proportion of Global Military Spending?
0.5%
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UNSC: How many troops are there in DR Congo?
20,000
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UNSC: How many people were killed by Cholera in Haiti after it was traced back to Nepali Peace Keepers?
8,000
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What percentage of Global Trade does the G20 Represent?
80%
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What percentage of global wealth does the G7 represent?
62%
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