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Cebu Normal University

Department of Public Governance


Political Science

International and Regional Organizations


THE NEW REGIONALISM: INCLUDING ASEAN INTEGRATION

Name:_________________________________ B.A. Political Science III Date:_______________


Score:___________
Directions: Encircle the letter of the best answer.

1. This refers to the second or current wave of regionalism.


A. Regionalism C. Regional Cooperation
B. Regional Association D. New Regionalism
2. The New Regionalism relates to the following, except:
A. A response to globalization
B. New attitudes toward international cooperation and the
decentralization of the intl system brought about by the collapse of
communism and the end of cold war
C. Hegemonic Regionalism
C. Extroverted, main actors include state and non-state actors
3. The old regionalism have the following features, except:
A. Commenced by the end of the WWII and died out in the 1960s
C. Extroverted
B. Hegemonic Regionalism D. Eurocentric
and narrow
4. The following organizations have the features of new regionalism, except:
A. OAS B. ASEAN C. NATO D. NAFTA
5. The following have the features of old regionalism, except:
A. Warsaw Pact B. SEATO C. Rio Pact D. MERCOSUR
6. The tension caused by the outbreak of the Congo Crisis in 1960 pushed
African states into these various sub-regional groupings, EXCEPT:
A. Brazzaville B. Casablanca C. Monrovia D.
Lesotho
7. The predecessor of African Union:
A. African Community C. NEPAD
B. Organization of African Unity D. African Economic
Community
8. During the Cold War period, African states shared one common cause
the ___________.
A. establishment of common market C. deepening and
widening
B. the ending of apartheid D. integration
9. Regionalism in the Americas started off with the:
A. OAS B. NAFTA C. MERCOSUR D. OAU
10. This doctrine was an essential tool for the regionalism in the Americas
which stated that any further efforts by Europe to colonize the Americas
would be seen as hostile territorial aggression and be met with US
intervention:
A. Truman Doctrine B. Reagan Doctrine C. Drago DoctrineD.
Monroe Doctrine
11. This is a regional coalition of 35 independent countries located in the
North and South America:
A. NAFTA B. OAS C. MERCOSUR NATO
12. He was a Venezuelan political leader who was the first to suggest the
creation of an intercontinental American republic with one military and one
parliament:
A. Simn Bolvar B. Chavit Singson C. Fidel Castro D.
Polpot
13. This sub-regional grouping started with a commitment to open
regionalism and aimed to promote free trade and the fluid movement of
goods, people, and currency. Their full members are Argentina, Brazil,
Paraguay, Uruguay, and Venezuela, and two associate members, Bolivia and
Chile:
A. NAFTA B. OAS C. NATO D. MERCOSUR
14. This is also a sub-regional grouping, consisting of Canada, United States,
and extended to Mexico and focuses much on trade rather than broader
economic integration.
A. NAFTA B. OAS C. NATO D. MERCOSUR
15. The US, together with France, Great Britain, New Zealand, Australia,
Philippines, Thailand, and Pakistan, founded the __________________.
A. Association of Southeast Asian Nations C. MAPHILINDO
B. Association of Southeast Asia D. Southeast Asia Treaty
Organization
16. How many member states are there in the Association of Southeast Asian
Nations?
A. 12 B. 5 C. 13 D. 10
17. These are the member-states of ASEAN, except:
A. Philippines B. Malaysia C. South Korea D.
Brunei
18. This is the purpose of SEATO:
A. Integration C. all of the above
B. Prevent the spreading of communism in the region D. None of
the above
19. ASEAN members spelled out in the ________________ their main goals.
A. Thailand Declaration C. Bangkok Declaration
B. Vietnam Declaration D. Hague Declaration
20. ________________, _____________, and _____________ gave rise to the
Association of Southeast Asia (ASA).
A. Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei C. Philippines, Thailand,
Myanmar
B. Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand D. Thailand, Laos Myanmar