Arms Control Exam Click “next” to begin exam. Only one possible answer for each question. 1) President Trump's Nuclear Posture Review sees the INF Treaty and its history as an example of:a. An example why arms control never worksb. An example of what to emulatec. A and Bd. None of the above2) According to the Nuclear Posture Review, deployment of which weapons system might encourage Russia to negotiate a reduction of its low-yield theater nuclear weapons?a. Intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM)b. Sea-launched cruise missiles (SLCM)c. Submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM)d. Long range standoff weapons (LRSO)3) The Nuclear Posture Review identifies space as:a. A sanctuary for critical American command, control, and communication satellitesb. Space as a zone that is so congested and competitive, the U.S. needs to modernize its command, control, and communications systems so they will no longer have to be based in spacec. An arena in which China and Russia are increasingly able to neutralize U.S. satellitesd. None of the above4) President Trump’s National Defense Strategy prioritizes modernizing:a. Nuclear forces, space and cyber warfare capabilities, and command, control, and communicationb. Missile defenses against North Koreac. Military power projection capabilitiesd. A and Ce. All of the above6) According to Brian Chow, Chinese and Russian threats to destroy key U.S. space satellites could:a. Deter the U.S. military more than Moscow or Beijing threatening nuclear strikes wouldb. Be easily countered with U.S. strikes against Russian and Chinese satellitesc. Be credibly deterred simply by threatening nuclear strikes against Beijing and Moscowd. All of the above7) One step Brian Chow recommends to prevent key U.S. space-based capabilities from being knocked out is:a. Prohibiting other countries from having too many of their satellites too close to ours for too longb. Announcing that America has the right to self-defense, even before other countries might attack our satellitesc. Announcing that the U.S. will treat adversaries as it would ask adversaries to treat usd. All of the above8) In his testimony on the future of the INF treaty before the House Armed Services Committee, Jim Thomas proposed that the U.S.:a. Withdraw from existing arms control treatiesb. Consider striking a deal with Russia allowing them to deploy missiles east of the Uralsc. Focus on Chinese violations of the treatyd. All of the above Name Email Time is Up!