IR26-08 - Political Science 230 Roskin pgs 204-211...

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Political Science 230 Part IV Roskin, pgs. 204-211, A:IR26-08 Deterrence True or False Questions 1. According to Roskin and Berry, in the 1990s Saddam Hussein concluded that WMDs were useless against the U.S. and disposed of them. True or False 2. Any indication of WMD in the hands of aggressors likely provokes other countries more than it deters them, argue Roskin and Berry. True or False 3. For detente diplomacy to work, the two parties to an agreement don't have to abide by its terms. True or False 4. When North Korea abandoned its agreement to not build nuclear weapons, its hopeful trade, aid, and technical agreements with South Korea, Japan, and the U.S. continued. True or False 5. British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and French Premier Edouard Daladier accepted Hitler's takeover of the German-speaking section of Czechoslovakia at the Munich summit in 1938, hoping to appease Hitler. True or False 6. Margaret Mead said that war is a learned behavior and can be unlearned. True or False 7. Since people expect that armed states will have an advantage over disarmed states and there exist vital interests to be attained or maintained by armed force, disarmament can only lead to increased insecurity, especially in the nuclear age. True or False 8. Disarmament obviously is in harmony with deterrence but not defense. True or False Multiple Choice Questions 1. How was Britain able to deter would-be aggressors after 1066 (except for one)? a) Through
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