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Students will examine the United States foreign policy towards NORTH KOREA AGENDA: warm up Current events Article North Korea Notes-North Korea VIDEO North Korea HOMEWORK: MERIT and HONORS DUE Tuesday READ chapter 22-2 and 22-3 Complete # 2, 3, 4, 5 on page 620 NAME______________________ DATE____________________ warm up-Foreign Policy 1. The person who supervises all diplomatic/foreign policy activities of the U.S. Government? a. secretary of defense b. vice president c. national security advisor d. secretary of state 2. The power to declare war belongs to: a. the secretary of state b. c. the President d. 3. the secretary of defense the Congress These are diplomatic representatives of nations: a. Congress b. ambassadors c. Treaties d. 4. The head of the State Department is the __________________________ 5. If you are going to travel outside of the United States you need a: a. Visa b. Attorney c. Passport 6. The commander in chief of the U.S. military is the: a. Congress b. Secretary of State C. President Détente d. airline ticket d. Secretary of defense 7. If a nation wanted to improve its infrastructure (roads, bridges, etc.) and it needed a loan it could go to the: a. NATO b. NAFTA c. IMF d. UN 8. The U.S. Cabinet department that handles all foreign affairs is the Department of: a. State B. Defense C. Treasury D. Justice 9. Which of the following is a defense treaty? a. NATO B. U.N. C. NAFTA D. EU 10. Congress imposes a tariff on all clothing imported into the United States. Bob has a limited amount of money, but would like a new shirt. Based on import taxes alone which shirt would be the least expensive for Bob? THE SHIRT MADE IN: a. France b. Sri Lanka c. Guatemala d. The United States 11. What is the primary goal of a bill that would put a higher tax on foreign goods imported to the United States? a. To get people to drink less beer b. To get people to buy more American products c. To make imported products cheaper d. To make U.S. products of a better quality 12. a. c. 13. a. c. Which of these would most likely NOT take place in Cuba? Government leaders decide what will be taught in school B. Government leaders allow people to vote Government leaders decide what television shows will air D. Government leaders restrict people’s ability to travel The United Nations was formed to: Serve as a place for nations to trade with each other b. Prevent future world wars establish a military alliance d. create a single world currency 14. the Which of these clauses from the United States Constitution gave Congress the authority to approve North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)? A. “To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations …” C. “To provide for the Punishment of counterfeiting” B. “To borrow Money on the credit of the U.S.” D. …” “To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof” 15. In the 1980s, the United States, some European countries, and the United Nations banned the trade of certain goods and services to South Africa. The policy was in response to South African laws which enforced racial segregation. Which of these best describes this action toward South Africa? A. the use of diplomacy to gain military strength C. The use of free trade to build military alliances B. the use of financial aid to win political support D. the use of economic sanctions to bring about social change 16. The racial segregation in South Africa described above was called:________________________ 17. The United States protects its national security most directly by A passing environmental laws B entering into military alliances C providing low interest loans to poor nations D signing free trade agreements with bordering nations 18. Which of these is an example of an economic sanction? A providing poor countries with humanitarian aid B creating trade alliances with bordering countries C refusing to meet with a diplomatic representative of a dictatorship D ending trade with a country that has a poor human rights record 18. Which of these statements about the United Nations (UN) is true? A. Its membership rules exclude poor nations. B. Its policies discourage international cooperation. C. Its councils elect leaders for many nations. D. Its goals include international stability. 19. Which of the following describes a Parliamentary System? A. The President in the Executive Branch is elected by the People B. The Prime Minister in the Executive Branch is elected by the People C. The Prime Minister in the Executive Branch is chosen by the King or Queen in the Monarchy D. The Prime Minister in the Executive Branch is chosen by the people elected to the Legislative Branch 20. The students protested for Democracy, the Government ordered the military to shoot the student protestors. No democracy was created. These events all took place in: A. Pyongyang, North Korea B. Frederick, Maryland C. Tiananmen Square, China D. Johannesburg, South Africa OPTION #1 Ban North Korea from participating in any future Olympic Games. Tell North Korea that unless they stop making nuclear weapons their athletes will not be allowed to compete. This will embarrass the North Korean Government to it's people and force them to give up the weapons. This will also punish the athletes who may have nothing to do with the nuclear weapons if they can not compete and North Korea refuses to give up the weapons. OPTION #2 Send top level diplomats to try to negotiate with the North Korean dictator Kim IL Sung. This may or may not work depending on the negotiations. OPTION #3 Launch a military strike against North Korea. The United States Military can attack North Korea and try to change their dictatorship into a democracy. This may work if the people of North Korea agree, however, it may not work if the people do not want the U.S. troops in their country. OPTION #4 Continue the sanctions against North Korea. Currently the United States refuses to provide economic aid to the people of North Korea. Most people in North Korea are starving, some eat grass to survive, most only eat one meal per day. If the United States continues to use economic sanctions people in North Korea will continue to starve. If the people keep starving, the government of North Korea may agree to get rid of their Nuclear Weapons in order to get food for the people. NOTES---BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES AND NORTH KOREA: After WWII (1945) the world started to become divided between: A. B. During WWII Japan had invaded Korea. After Japan lost the war the land was divided: The dividing line is the ____________________ The U.S. has about 40,000 troops there that ____________________________________ In ___________ North Korea tried to unify the two nations and unite the country under communism, the U.S. got involved to stop the ________________________________ Fighting took place between ___________________ No ______________________________________________ and the North Korean people still believe that The United States and North Korea are at _____________. 26 March 2014 Last updated at 06:08 ET North Korea: Men required to get Kim Jong-un haircutshttp://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/nation/2014/03/485_154092.html Men in North Korea are now required to get the same haircut as their leader Kim Jong-un, it is reported. The state-sanctioned guidelines were introduced in the capital Pyongyang about two weeks ago, media reports say. It is now being rolled out across the country - although some people have reservations about getting the look. "Our leader's haircut is very particular, if you will," one source tells Radio Free Asia. "It doesn't always go with everyone since everyone has different face and head shapes." Meanwhile, a North Korean now living in China says the look is actually unpopular at home because people think it resembles Chinese smugglers. "Until the mid-2000s, we called it the 'Chinese smuggler haircut'," the Korea Times reports. It seems that haircuts have been state-approved in North Korea for some time - until now people were only allowed to choose from 18 styles for women and 10 for men. Earlier, North Korea's state TV launched a campaign against long hair, called "Let us trim our hair in accordance with the Socialist lifestyle". The current leaders father Kim Jong-il, who ruled North Korea for 17 years, sported a bouffant hairstyle, reportedly in order to look taller.