What is “sticky pow?What is “sticky power”? Choose the best answer, according to Hastedt. Glenn P. Hastedt, American Foreign Policy: Past, Present and Future. 9th Edition. (Longman, 2012). (ISBN 978-0-205-85472-1).
A. Luring and then entrapping other countries into the US’s economic system.
B. US offering economic aid.
C. US offering military alliances
D. Both B and C.
E. None of these answers are correct.
F. The use of regional integration projects like the EU, NAFTA, and Mercosur.
Defenders of economic statecraft often make which of the following arguments?
A. Writers on world politics underestimate how important are the symbolic value and impact that economic sanctions have on policy makers and domestic pressure groups.
B. Economic sanctions are often judged to be failures because they are examined out of historical and political context
C. None of these answers are correct.
D. Economic sanctions impose financial costs on the states that they target, even if the do not force a change in the policy of that target state
E. All of these answers are correct, except for “None of these answers are correct”.
F. Daily free-trade is outside the scope of economic statecraft
What is the “fast-track” power?
A. a power given by the president to an ambassador plenipotentiary to negotiate a treaty on the president’s behalf
B. A veto weilded by the House of Representative to veto a treaty before the president can even sign it
C. a power sometimes give by the Senate to the president to sign a treaty and have it automatically pass into law
D. a power sometimes given by the Congress to the president to sign a treaty which must then be approved with a simple yea or neigh vote, without being subjected to amendments.
E. a power given by the president to an ambassador plenipotentiary to sign a treaty on the president’s behalf
Refusing to sell a product to another state is known as _________. Choose the best answer.
A. an embargo
B. an act of war
C. a blockade
D. a boycott
E. an economic sanction
In the 1930’s, the Buy America Act required the government to purchase goods and services from US suppliers if their prices were not unreasonably higher than those of foreign suppliers. This was an example of _______.
A. an MFN
B. a boycott
C. an embargo
D. an NTB
E. a tariff