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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What images spring to mind when you hear the term ‘nuclear weapons’?

2)

What do you think about nuclear weapons?

3)

How often do you worry about nuclear weapons?

4)

Which country in the world do you think will use nuclear weapons next?

5)

How would the world be different if nuclear weapons were small enough and easy enough to make to be sold on the black market?

6)

Do you think terrorists will ever get nuclear weapons?

7)

Would the world be a safer place without nuclear weapons?

8)

Will most countries have nuclear weapons one day?

9)

Do you want your country to have nuclear weapons?

10)

Are nuclear weapons really a big deterrent?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

Would you allow your government to use nuclear weapons if it was the only way to stop your country from being invaded?

2)

Do you think a nuclear war is inevitable or do you believe world leaders have sense?

3)

If you knew a nuclear weapon would be fired at your country next week, what would you do in the next few days?

4)

Which country that has nuclear weapons is the most dangerous?

5)

Should the UN try and stop countries like Brazil, Indonesia and Australia from getting nuclear weapons if they want them?

6)

Do countries with nuclear weapons have the right to stop other countries developing them?

7)

What do you think it feels like to press the “launch” button?

8)

Would you work for a company that made nuclear weapons?

9)

What would the world be like after a nuclear war?

10)

What are the chances of a World War IV?


 


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