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A* marked essays for Unit 3D [Structure of Global Politics], Government and Politics A2 Level
This document contains a collection of six 15 mark questions and nine 45 mark questions.
The author achieved an A* grade in his final exam, as well as two other A*, and a B in Maths.
*Define state sovereignty, and explain its implications for international politics. [12/15]
*What are the key areas of disagreement between realism and liberalism? [10/15]
*What is the role of the WTO, and why has it been criticised? [14/15]
*To what extent is the UN effective in ensuring peace and security? [43/45]
*'War is an inevitable feature of international politics.' Discuss. [39/45]
*Distinguish between cultural globalisation and political globalisation. [12/15]
*'Economic globalisation benefits the few rather than the many.' Discuss. [45/45]
*'The US is a power in decline.' Discuss. [40/45]
*Distinguish, using examples, between 'hard' and 'soft' power. [13/15]
*Why do realists believe that global politics is characterised by conflict? [13/15]
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