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Jeopardy. Exam II Review. Objectives. Present and Discuss our final PSA on Human Trafficking Review the Nuclear Proliferation, Globalization, Global Issues Identify disarmament treaties Identify key events in nuclear history Identify both humanitarian and enviro issues .

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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Exam II Review


Objectives

Objectives

  • Present and Discuss our final PSA on Human Trafficking

  • Review the Nuclear Proliferation, Globalization, Global Issues

    • Identify disarmament treaties

    • Identify key events in nuclear history

    • Identify both humanitarian and enviro issues


Nuclear proliferation

Nuclear Proliferation

Who are the five nuclear weapons states?

United States, Russia, Great Britain, France, China


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Nuclear Proliferation

What are the three types of weapons of mass destruction?

Biological, Chemical, Nuclear


Nuclear proliferation2

Nuclear Proliferation

What is Proliferation?

The spread of nuclear technology to many nations


Nuclear proliferation3

Nuclear Proliferation

What nation withdrew from the NPT in 2003 and then bargained with Western leaders to get economic assistance in exchange for nuclear negotiation?

North Korea


Nuclear proliferation4

Nuclear Proliferation

What are two statements of the NPT Articles?

NWS can’t transfer weapons/info to NNWS, NNWS wont receive; IAEA monitoring, R&D done for peaceful purposes; share at lowest possible cost; disarmament negotiations; can make own disarm. treaties


Disarmament treaties

Disarmament Treaties

What are two goals of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty?

Non-proliferation, disarmament, peaceful use


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Disarmament Treaties

Which treaty forbade the building or deploying of defense-type missiles?

ABM

The Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty


Disarmament treaties2

Disarmament Treaties

What was the first disarmament treaty between the US and the USSR?

Salt I


Disarmament treaties3

Disarmament Treaties

The disarmament treaty that addresses nuclear weapons and terror groups?

SORT


Disarmament treaties4

Disarmament Treaties

North Korea violated which treaty when it successfully tested a nuclear weapon in May 2009?

Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT)


Middle east

Middle East

Lush area in and around the Tigris and Euphrates River

Fertile Cresent


Middle east1

Middle East

What are the Five Pillars of Islam? (do not need actual term)

Charity, Prayer, Pilgrimage, Faith, Fasting


Middle east2

Middle East

What created a homeland for Jews in Palestine that did not infringe upon non-Jewish communities?

Balfour Declaration


Middle east3

Middle East

The immediate result of the 1967 Six Day War was that Israel gained what territories?

West Bank, Golan Heights, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem


Middle east4

Middle East

Identify each of the fundamentalist groups:

a. Political party that governs the Gaza Strip

b. A Nigerian group that wants to establish an Islamic regime “where education

is forbidden”

c. Based in Afghanistan and Pakistan and has been internationally

condemned due to its brutal repression of women

  • Hams

  • Boko-Haram

  • Taliban


Human rights

Human Rights

This universal recognition of human rights adopted Dec 10, 1948 stated that all human beings born free and entitled to civil rights, legal rights, economic rights, and social rights.

Universal Declaration of

Human Rights


Human rights1

Human Rights

Give an example of an NGO that is responsible for promoting and protecting human rights.

Amnesty International & Human Rights Watch, Red Cross, Dr’s Without Borders


Human rights2

Human Rights

What is one criticism of US human rights laws/policies?

Supported govts that abuse rights for poly/econ /security reasons; Protects its own sovereignty while intruding on others; US Abuses – Discrimination in ct system, use of death penalty, enhanced interrogation & treatment terror POWs


Human rights3

Human Rights

What are the two categories for human rights? (Be sure to include everything)

Civil/Political & Economic/Social/Cultural Rights


Human rights4

Human Rights

Name one international human rights laws established after the 1940s.

  • ICCPR – International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966)

  • ICESCR - International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1966)

  • Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees (1951)

  • International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (1965)

  • Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (1979)

  • Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (1984)

  • Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989)


Environmental health

Environmental/Health

What is an example of a global environmental problem?

Climate Change, Acid Rain, Environmental Degradation, Ozone Depletion, Water Pollution, Decline of Biodiversity


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Environmental/Health

What is one way the world has addressed Global Health?

UN’s Millennium Development Goals; Global Health Initiative


Environmental health2

Environmental/Health

Name two barriers to global health.

Geography, poverty, political instability, apathy, ignorance, limited funding (govts & international aid org’s)


Environment health

Environment/Health

This meeting was held to end the production of ozone depleting chemicals (CFC’s), as well as to curb ocean pollution.

1987 Montreal Protocol


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Environment/Health

What are the four major global health concerns?

HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Tuberculosis, Cholera


Jeopardy

Daily Double!

As a team, decide how many of the points you already have you wish to wager. If you get the question correct, you will earn double the points you wagered.If you get the question incorrect, you will lose the points you wagered. Good luck!


Jeopardy

Daily Double!

As a team, decide how many of the points you already have you wish to wager. If you get the question correct, you will earn double the points you wagered.If you get the question incorrect, you will lose the points you wagered. Good luck!


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