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D. as that show a proper reason for sanctions. OA ??

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New post 30 Oct 2005, 07:09
Is it B?

The reasoning is that the countries that propose the sanctions want to do it irrespective of whether the target countries have the WMD.

Choice B is the only one where a proof is requested before sanctions can be imposed.

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New post 30 Oct 2005, 20:49
(D) goes too far.

I vote for (B).
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I vote for 'B'.
D - Out of scope of the argument.

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New post 31 Oct 2005, 01:29
OA is B.

I chose D. Since we are talking about preventing 'proliferation' of weapons, D talks about first ensuring whether the countries to be sanctioned indeed have means to proliferate....that was my reasoning.

B states that it must first be ensured that countries to be sanctioned actually have built weapons...even if they have built weapons, if they don't have the capacity to proliferate (for whatever reason), I thought, it should not be a concern...

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