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After gaining their independence, India and Pakistan fought a war over
a) Kashmir.
b) Nepal.
c) New Delhi.
d) East Punjab.

After World War II, the greatest source of U.S.-Filippino conflict was
a) U.S. military bases in the Philippines.
b) U.S. economic sanctions on the Philippines.
c) U.S. industrial interests in the Philippines.
d) U.S. trade relations with the Philippines.

During the late 1900s, how were the Philippines, Myanmar, and Algeria similar?
a) They all had rulers who refused to accept the results of an election.
b) They all had rulers who came to power through a political coup.
c) They all established a Communist government.
d) They all established a democratic government.

French-speaking Africans and West Indians formed a movement to celebrate African culture, heritage, and values called
a) Negritude.
b) African Peoples.
c) African Heritage.
d) Black Pride.

How did the Declaration of Principles affect Palestinians living in Gaza in 1993?
a) They were able to elect their own political representatives.
b) They had to relocate to the West Bank.
c) They received financial support from the United States.
d) They boycotted Israel and all countries that support Israel.

How were the assassinations of Yitzhak Rabin and Anwar Sadat similar?
a) Each assassin came from the leader's own religion.
b) The assassins and leaders knew each other well.
c) Each assassin came from an enemy government.
d) The assassins came from a rival ethnic group to the leaders.

How were the governments of Ferdinand Marcos and Mobutu Sese Seko similar?
a) Both imposed strict authoritarian regimes.
b) Both were forced out of office after a civil war.
c) Both supported democracy.
d) Both were elected into office.

In 1978, the Camp David Accords were signed by
a) Anwar Sadat and Menachem Begin.
b) Anwar Sadat and Golda Meir.
c) Yasir Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin.
d) Yasir Arafat and Menachem Begin.

In which of the followings ways were the Mau Mau and the PLO similar?
a) Both fought for the liberation of their respective peoples.
b) Both fought against a European colonial power.
c) Both formed alliances with their opponents.
d) Both objected to the partitioning of their country.

Pakistan began as a divided nation. Its east and west regions were separated by
a) 1,000 miles of Indian territory.
b) 500 miles of Afghan territory.
c) the Krishna River.
d) the Brahmaputra River.

The 1956 Suez Crisis began when
a) Egypt seized control of the Suez Canal.
b) Great Britain refused to make improvements to the Suez Canal.
c) the United States refused to give up control of the Suez Canal.
d) the Soviet Union bombed the Suez Canal.

The dividing of India into two nations was referred to as
a) the partition.
b) the separation.
c) the civil war.
d) all of these.

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