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UPSC-Political Science-Test Your Knowledge on United Nations

united nationsPol Science is a popular subject at the undergrad and post-graduate level and as such in UPSC exams also. One needs to know about United Nations  which was founded in 1945 after World War II . It  is an international organization for facilitating cooperation in international law, international security,economic development, social progress, human rights, and achievement of world peace.

10 political science questions to test you on United Nations

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Comments ( 15 )

  1. Or is “International/Comparative Political Science” the closest I can get to that? If I can do so, at which degree level would I actually specialize- BA, MA, PhD?
    What kind of job could I get, for example, in Russian history, second anserer. I have an interest in many different countries. Would I be relegated to teaching history?

  2. what can i do with a degree in political science?
    i was thinking about majoring in it.

  3. Willodean Halbert
    March 19, 2012 at 9:25 PM

    Why should I bother studying a little bit of political science if I am pursuing an engineering course? In what ways can political science help me to understand engineering?

    Need answers here thank you
    I am pursuing civil engineering.

  4. I am getting a political science degree and i need to show my dad some good examples of jobs that i could get. Any ideas?

  5. I am confused about what to study before joining the Army. I have the option of Politics,Philosophy and Economics(combined honors), International Law and Political science. Which is most suitable to study before joining the Army?

  6. I’m in high school, but I’m taking a political science course in college. I’m just curious about what is talked about in the class.. what are some general homework assignments, and how difficult is the class. Also, any tips for the class would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    Actually, I copied the question from another asker because we’re having the same questions. Also, my prefecture is only in the Philippines. I’d like to focus more on discussing things from the said country, not in US or any other places.

    PS Carolinians who will answer are much appreciated. Thanks!

  7. I want to find a great topic to write on for my political science paper. We can write about anything as long as it has to do with political science…I’m from Canada living in Cali right now so I don’t know a whole lot about poilitical science, I’m learning. I just need help with a topic then I can research it. Thank yoU!

  8. I am a pre-law student and I am currently planning on majoring in philosophy and sociology. I wanna work for the government before going to law school and am wondering if political science is needed to work for the government or if its all networking. Do they care if i major in political science or not? I terms of GPA it’s really high but I’m wondering if the major makes a difference.

  9. I want to major in Political science but I don’t know what kind of things that I could do with it. What are some jobs that I could get with that degree?

  10. Georgia Sapounas
    May 25, 2012 at 4:58 PM

    How do political science and business (on a local, national, and global scale) intersect on a broad scale? More specifically, if applicable, how do finance and political science intersect?

    How would taking a business internship (focused in finance) help develop a knowledge in political science?

  11. I am a current senior that is planning to attend a four year college this fall. I am still undecided in what I am going to major in. Someone told me that Political Science was a pretty interesting major. Can anyone tell me a brief description on what Political Science is?

  12. I’ve changed my major from political science to photography, and i think i might change it back to political science, but the thing is i don’t want a 9 to 5 sit down job. My mom wants me to go to law school but i don’t think i want 3 MORE years of school. Please help, no stupid answers plz.

  13. irrationality? At the current state, political science as an academic subject suffers from concrete objectivity. There is too much free-style interpretation. For example, in most political science bachelors programs, a professor will often ask their students to write a paper analyzing a certain idea and/or event. This opens the door for a student to freely interpret what s/he is reading without practicing strict restraint. There are too many unquantifiable and unverifiable opinions.

  14. I don’t have high enough SATs to get into an Ivy League school, but I’d love to get into a good political science program (preferably on the East Coast, but others are fine as well) that would help start either a career as a political analyst or an elected official.
    Any suggestions?

  15. I’m really interested in studying political science, and I want to go to a school that has a good department for it. I’m Republican, so I’d prefer a school that isn’t extremely left-wing, but I’m not a right-wing fanatic or anything so don’t refer me to some Baptist university haha!

    I’m an average student. I have around a 3.5 GPA, graduating with honors, and expect to score a 2000 or above on the SAT.

    Any suggestions?

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