History has shown that where nuclear capabilities emerge, so, too, does stability.
When it comes to nuclear weapons, now as ever, more may be better (Waltz
2012). Critically evaluate this claim.
The claim by Kenneth Waltz that a wider spread of nuclear we
Take Home Exam
Historians have argued that the First World War was the pre-eminent event of the 20 th
Century, as it set the political agenda for the remainder of the century. Do you agree? If
so, why? If not, why not? Be specific.
The First Wo
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