In each issue of FOREIGN POLICY, we test our readers with a grueling examination that tends to flummox even the most careful observers of world events.
Below is the FP Quiz from our latest issue, July/August 2007, which just hit newsstands today. Answer all eight question correctly, and we'll award you a free subscription to ... FP Passport. Enjoy.
- Which country sends the most students to study in the United States?
- South Korea
- What percentage of U.N. peacekeepers are women?
- Citizens of which country consume the most bottled water per capita?
- United Arab Emirates
- How many nations have monarchs as head of state?
- What percentage of e-mails sent each day are spam?
- How many countries allow dual citizenship in some form?
- On average, how many pirate attacks occur around the world each week?
- What percentage of the world’s 6,000 languages are spoken in the Asia-Pacific?
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