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Collection of tasks on discipline "geopolitics"

Task 1.
Question 1. What is geopolitics?

1. It is a science that studies the complex geographical, historical and political factors affecting the capacity of the state;
2. it is a science, a system of knowledge on the control of space;
3. This doctrine views the state as a geographical body.

Question 2: Is it true that geopolitics does not become a real tool for changing the world and is the key to forecasting the policy of the leading countries?

1. Yes;
2. No.

Question 3. Which of the following is NOT a scientific approach, on the basis of which could not be geopolitics?

1. The civilized;
2. The military-strategic;
3. Geographical determinalizma theories;
4. History.

Question 4. Who is considered the founder of civilized approach to the historical process?

1. American naval theorist, historian Alfred Mahan (1840-1914 gg.);
2. Russian scientist N. Danilevsky (1822-1885 gg.);
3. Professor of Geography, University of London, Henry Thomas Buckle.

Question 5. What is the subject of geopolitics as a science?

1. Planetary space, geopolitical processes and phenomena in the world community as a system;
2. The study of the states in their relation to space;
3. The dynamics of the historical development of their relations.

Task 2.
Question 1. What is the geopolitical era has changed the world, which has become multipolar from bipolar?

1. The era of Vienna;
2. Versailles era;
3. Potsdam era;
4. Bialowieza era.

Question 2. What is the method used by geopolitics, focused on the study of the dependence of behavior of individuals or groups of their inclusion in a global community?

1. System method;
2. comparative method;
3. The method of the activity;
4. functional method;
5. institutional method.

Question 3. What is the function of geopolitics associated with the study of trends in the geopolitical development of the countries and peoples, the study of various phenomena, processes and events?

1. Prognostic;
2. management;
3. cognitive
4. ideological.

Question 4. Is it true that as a result the existing unipolar world after the destruction of the collective security system in Eastern Europe the ideological side of the geopolitical function of effort?

1. Yes;
2. No.

Question 5: Who is considered the "father" of geopolitics, in the views which can be seen the idea of \u200b\u200bevolution and Darwinism?

1. The German scientist Friedrich Ratzel;
2. Swedish geopolitics, Rudolf Challen;
3. English scientist - Helford Mackinder geopolitics;
4. US Admiral Alfred T. Mahan.

Task 3.
Question 1. Who of the scientists - geopolitics belongs basic thesis: the state - a living organism?

1. The German scientist Friedrich Ratzel;
2. Swedish geopolitics Rudolph Kjellén;
3. British scientist - Helford Mackinder geopolitics;
4. US Admiral Alfred T. Mahan.

Question 2. What is the essence of the concept of "possibilism" the founder of the French geopolitical school Vidal de la Blanche?

1. It puts in the first place is not the geographical fatalism, but the will and initiative of human rights;
2. The essence of the concept - the organization of strict control of the coastal territory of Eurasia: Europe, Arab countries, India, China, Southeast Asia, etc .;
3. In accordance with this concept, the main driving force of the state serves the struggle for the expansion of living space.

Question 3. What is the thesis in the geopolitics of the West took the lead from the beginning of the Potsdam era?

1. The thesis about the necessity of strict control of the coastal territory of Eurasia;
2. The thesis of the superiority of Western civilization over the nat

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Question 5: What is the essence of the geopolitical concept mondialism?

1. Adoption of planetary integration, the creation of one world;
2. globalization geopolitics technicist positions;
3. The creation of anti-Russian "sanitary cordon", which would include the countries of Eastern Europe and the Baltics.

Task 4.
Question 1: What was the main theme of the Eurasian movement as one of the most powerful in the Russian geopolitical school?

1. Definition of Russia as a "geographical body more remote rivers and seas";
2. Adoption of the original foundations of Russian history and culture, as well as developing their own views on the world and Russian history;
3. The prediction, which will be directed to the views of Germany, England, Japan, USA, Canada, subject to the dismemberment of Russia.

Question 2. The name of the Russian scientist associated with the beginning of the Eurasian movement, which all researchers rank as the most prominent of geopolitics?

1. PN Savitsky;
2. MV Lomonosov Moscow State University;
3. VI Dahl;
4. VP Semenov-Tyan-Shan.

Question 3. What is the name given in PN Savitsky's unique geographical environment?

1. The whole planet;
2. Eurasia;
3. "topogenesis";
4. Europe.

Question 4: What are the geopolitical consequences of the collapse of the USSR to Russia?

1. Russia's geopolitical vulnerability increases;
2. The reduction of the international role of Russia and the fall of the country's image;
3. The authoritarian leadership and management of the country;
4. extensive way of management;
5. The weakening of economic ties between the regions;
6. The decline of scientific and technological potential.
Question 5: Is it true that the current geopolitical situation in post-Soviet Russia puts in the position of a regional power with limited international opportunities?

1. Yes;
2. No.

Task 5.
Question 1. How did the collapse of the Soviet Union?

1. cultural and political expansion;
2. The economic expansion;
3. The expansion of the food;
4. military expansion.

Question 2. As a major geopolitical objectives pursued penetration of Western countries in the Caucasus?

1. Strengthening the position of multinational companies of the West in the Caucasus;
2. oust Russia from the region;
3. The conquest of the market;
4. destroy the territorial integrity of the region.

Question 3. What is the most important factor determines the strategic relations between Russia and the United States?

1. Avoiding so-called "spread of nuclear weapons";
2. The fight against international terrorism;
3. nuclear potential of both countries.

Question 4. Is it true that in the relations between Russia and the United States in the North Atlantic Region (SAR) is still a model of nuclear deterrence?

1. Yes;
2. No.

Question 5: Supporters of geopolitics are some political leaders of Great Britain?

1. Opponents of geopolitics "Atlanticism";
2. advocates geopolitics "Atlanticism";
3. active supporters of deeper integration in Europe.

Task 6.
Question 1. What might adequate actions from the Russian side fear Europe and the United States in the event of persistent expansion of NATO?

1. Russia can go to the creation of the Eurasian Union defense;
2. Russia may terminate the supply of the West oil and gas;
3. Russia can put the economy on a war footing.

Question 2. What is the link in the geopolitical and geo-economic structure of Russia is the weakest link, which directly threatens its national security?

1. North geostrategic region;
2. Southern region of Russia, actively and freely Living Armenians, Georgians, Azerbaijanis, Kurds, Chechens and other representatives of the CIS;
3. East region.

Question 3. What is largely due to the complexity of the current si


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