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Solved MCQs on Political, Constitutional and Diplomatic Terms for NTS, PPSC, CSS and FPSC

Here is the first part of Solved MCQs on Political, Constitutional and Diplomatic Terms for NTS, CSS, PPSC, FPSC and other job tests. These Multiple Choice Questions on different Political Terms, Constitutional Terms and Diplomatic terms is to practice and MCQs are taken from Caravan General Knowledge Book.

Solved Multiple Choice Questions on Political, Constitutional and Diplomatic Terms

1. A person employed and smuggled into the territory of the adversity to organize subversion while outwardly posing as an adherent

(a) Apartheid
(b) Agent Provocateur
(c) Lynching
(d) Naxalism

(b) Agent Provocateur

2. Loyalty or duty of a subject to the sovereign or the government is called

(a) Condominium
(b) Suzerainty
(c) Allegiance
(d) Sovereignty

(c) Allegiance

3. A condition in which a government is powerless to maintain law and order is called

(a) Episcopacy
(b) Diarchy
(c) Appeasement
(d) Anarchy

(d) Anarchy

4. General Pardon shown to the convicts on special occasions is called

(a) Four Freedoms
(b) Hierarchy
(c) Amnesty
(d) Mediation

(c) Amnesty

5. The Policy of racial segregation of Whites and non-Whites mainly in South Africa is called

(a) Apartheid
(b) Demagogy
(c) Pacifism
(d) Naxalism

(a) Apartheid

6. The act of gratifying one’s adversary with concessions even by sacrificing principles is called

(a) Appeasement
(b) Comintern
(c) Impeachment
(d) Naturalization

(a) Appeasement

7. A temporary cessation of fighting pending formal negotiations for peace is called

(a) Blitzkrieg
(b) Bourgeoisie
(c) Armistice
(d) Coup d’etat

(c) Armistice

8. Refuge or Protection granted to a foreign national in another country is called

(a) Amnesty
(b) Asylum
(c) Inquest
(d) Parole

(b) Asylum

9. The junior official in the diplomatic service such as military Naval or Commercial is called

(a) Charged Affairs
(b) Consul
(c) Envoy
(d) Altache

(d) Altache

10. A form of government in which absolute political and coercive powers are concentrated in the ruler is called

(a) Bolshevism
(b) Autocracy
(c) imperialism
(d) Fascism

(b) Autocracy

11. A constitutional set up in which the legislature comprises two chambers like House of Lords and House of Commons

(3) Bilateral
(b) Bicameral
(c) Diarchy
(d) None of these

(b) Bicameral

12. A powerful faction or dominant group within a party is also called

(a) Black Panthers
(b) Autocracy
(c) Cancus
(d) Bourgeoisie

(c) Cancus

13. The senior-most diplomat after the Head of the Mission who temporarily conducts the affairs of the Mission during the absence of the Head of Mission is also called?

(a) Charged Affairs
(b) Attache
(c) Armistice
(d) Agent Provocateurs

(a) Charged Affairs

14. Aggressive patriotism with contempt towards other nations is called

(a) Anarchism
(b) Chauvinism
(c) Condominium
(d) Fascism

(b) Chauvinism

15. Handing over by one government to another of a fugitive from justice is called

(a) Genocide
(b) Extradition
(c) Impeachment
(d) Polycentralism

(b) Extradition

16. A combination or association of two parties with the purpose of forming a composite government or to forge unity of action is called

(a) Confederation
(b) Concordant
(c) Coalition
(d) Co-existence

(c) Coalition

17. Alliance of countries for a specific purpose but the states continue to retain their individual independence is called

(a) Federation
(b) Confederation
(c) Coalition
(d) None of them

(b) Confederation

18. Goods and war material which are forbidden under the international law to be supplied by neutral states to the belligerents are called

(a) Contraband
(b) Embargo
(c) Espionage
(d) Lynching

(a) Contraband

19. Completer standstill situation wherein further negotiations are impossible

(a) Condominium
(b) Demagogy
(c) Dialectical
(d) Diarchy

(b) Demagogy

20. A well-planned and well-directed system of spying laid by the government or its agents in a foreign country is called

(a) Coup d’etat
(b) Plenipotentiary
(c) Espionage
(d) None of these

(c) Espionage

21. Body of anti-national spies who. in the time of war commits subversion acts to hinder the national effort are called

(a) Fourth Column
(b) Fifth Column
(c) Coup d’etat
(d) None of these

(b) Fifth Column

22. A willful extermination of a racial, religious or a political group is called

(a) Extradition
(b) Genocide
(c) Oligarchy
(d) None of these

(b) Genocide

23. A Pacific and Conciliatory role played by a third party to help compose differences between two parties is called :

(a) Good offices
(b) Naturalization
(c) Polarization
(d) None of these

(c) Polarization

24. A body, religious or secular, organized on ranks, orders or grade is called

(a) Theocracy
(b) Skinheads
(c) Hierarchy
(d) Plutocracy

(c) Hierarchy

25. A British law under which, if a person is kept in prison without trial the courts are empowered to issue a writ to the jailor to produce the person

(a) Suzerainty
(b) Habeas Corpus
(c) Statute
(d) Prerogative

(b) Habeas Corpus

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