Political Science Most Important Questions Part 2 For 2020 Exam

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  1. “We must therefore worship the State as the manifestation of the Divine on earth.” (HEGBL)

  2. “The only freedom that deserves the name is that of pursuing our own good, in our own way.” (J. S. MILL)

  3. “Will, not force, is the basis of the State.” (T. H. GRBSN)

  4. “The history of all hitherto existing societies is the history of class-struggles.” (MARX)

  5. “There is no theory of Democracy; it is at best a workable compromise between competing and conflicting interests.” Elucidate.

  6. “India has parties but no party-system.” Discuss. (250 Words)

  7. “Over the decades, the primary objective of India’s foreign policy has been the creation of a stable inner balance on the subcontinent in which India, as the Principal Power, would play an integrative role.” Examine the statement. (250 Words)

  8. “After the Chinese aggression (1962) some of the most significant changes in Indian foreign policy took place. However, they were changes within the overall framework of continuity.” Elucidate. (250 Words)

  9. Discuss the chief characteristics of the systems approach with special reference to Kaplan and explain its impact on the development of International Relations. (250 Words)

  10. “National interest is the key concept in foreign policy. In essence, it amounts to the sum total of all national value” (Frankel) Explain (250 Words)

  11. The balance of power and policies aiming at its preservation are not only inevitable but are an essential stabilizing factor in a society of sovereign nations.” (Morgenthau). Comment. (250 Words)

  12. “The non-aligned movement has made fundamental contributions to the theory and practice of international relations, and considerably modified the character of both.” Discuss. (250 Words)

  13. Write an essay on the compulsions of a new international Economic Order. (400 Words)

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