Next Arms Race Exam Click “next” to start the exam. Only one possible answer for each question. 1. Which of the following statements represents the hawkish supporters of nuclear weapons view on nonproliferation and the further spread of nuclear energy?a. The further spread of nuclear weapons is okay for some statesb. The further spread of nuclear weapons is okay for all statesc. The further spread of civilian nuclear energy is okay in some casesd. A and C2. Which of the following statements does not represent the arms control view, as presented in Underestimated?a. Nuclear weapons are only effective at deterring the use of other nuclear weaponsb. The possession of a small nuclear arsenal is sufficient to deter an aggressorc. Further reductions to existing nuclear arsenals would make us saferd. The size of the U.S. nuclear weapon arsenal, and U.S. willingness to disarm, is not related to other state’s nuclear weapons aspirations3. As described in Underestimated, the “academic skeptics” are divided into two camps. On which of the following points do both groups agree?a. Possession of a small nuclear arsenal is sufficient for nuclear deterrenceb. The further spread of nuclear weapons is of little concernc. Nuclear weapons are effective at preventing conventional warsd. Nonproliferation policies inhibit the development civilian nuclear energy4. Since 1962, how has the U.S. nuclear arsenal changed in relation to other nuclear weapons states?a. The United States has increased its nuclear dominanceb. The relative numbers of weapons have stayed about the samec. The difference between the largest nuclear stockpiles and the smallest has shrunkd. Russian and American stockpiles of non-deployed weapons are so old, they are effectively useless5. Approximately how many bombs’ worth of plutonium a year could Japan produce if it opened its planned reprocessing plant at Rokkasho?a. 100b. 500c. 1,500d. 10,0006. In the second chapter, Mr. Sokolski argues what about China and Japan’s plans to enrich uranium for civilian purposes?a. Due to low uranium prices, high foreign supply, and lack of economic, domestic uranium ore in either country, these plans do not make economic senseb. Both countries hope to corner major domestic and export markets by increasing their uranium enrichment capacityc. Due to increasing global prices for enriching and securing uranium ore each of these countries hope to underwrite costs associated with their nuclear power and recycling programsd. B and C7. In Underestimated, “hard-headed internationalism” would:a. Eschew MAD thinkingb. Balance arms reductions with greater transparencyc. Recognize that arms control is self-defeatingd. A and Be. B and C Name Email Time is Up!