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War and Peace, 2005

Test your knowledge of global conflict in 2005.

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Test your knowledge of global conflict in 2005.

1. Which Asian country signed a peace deal with its northern rebels in August, ending three decades of war?

  • Indonesia
  • Cambodia
  • Laos

2. Which African country implemented a peace deal with its southern rebels while continuing to wage a brutal war against its western rebels?

  • Liberia
  • Angola
  • Sudan

3. Which country is fighting against world's last remaining Maoist rebels?

  • Cambodia
  • Nepal
  • China

4. Which country engaged in a bloodless coup in March?

  • Chad
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Ukraine

5. Which country brutally unleashed its police on antigovernment demonstators in May? Human rights organizations estimated that as many as 700 were killed.

  • China
  • Uzbekistan
  • Algeria

6. What country continued its long struggle against a formidable pseudoreligious cult, the Lord's Resistance Army?

  • Uganda
  • Australia
  • Guyana

7. Which of the following countries was spared a terrorist attack this year?

  • Jordan
  • Great Britain
  • Spain

8. Through the end of 2005, what were the rough statistics on the number of deaths that had resulted from the war in Iraq?

  • 5,000 Iraqis and 3,000 U.S. soldiers
  • 30,000 Iraqis and 2,000 U.S. soldiers
  • 100,000 Iraqis and 2,000 soldiers

9. Which country is the next most likely candidate to acquire a nuclear weapon?

  • Pakistan
  • Iran
  • India

10. What's the best description of negotiations between the United States and North Korea at the end of 2005?

  • For the first time in years, significant progress has been made.
  • Progress is glacial, but it is progress nonetheless.
  • Negotiations are deadlocked.

1. Which Asian country signed a peace deal with its northern rebels in August, ending three decades of war?
Indonesia

2. Which African country implemented a peace deal with its southern rebels while continuing to wage a brutal war against its western rebels?
Sudan

3. Which country is fighting against world's last remaining Maoist rebels?
Nepal

4. Which country engaged in a bloodless coup in March?
Kyrgyzstan

5. Which country brutally unleashed its police on antigovernment demonstators in May? Human rights organizations estimated that as many as 700 were killed.
Uzbekistan

6. What country continued its long struggle against a formidable pseudoreligious cult, the Lord's Resistance Army?
Uganda

7. Which of the following countries was spared a terrorist attack this year?
Spain

8. Through the end of 2005, what were the rough statistics on the number of deaths that had resulted from the war in Iraq?
30,000 Iraqis and 2,000 U.S. soldiers

9. Which country is the next most likely candidate to acquire a nuclear weapon?
Iran

10. What's the best description of negotiations between the United States and North Korea at the end of 2005?
Negotiations are deadlocked.

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