Question: Analyze the position of status quo states in the anarchic system—the threats they confront and the dilemmas they must manage. As illustration, discuss the British perspective in the Munich crisis of 1938, referring to the problems associated with deterrence and the uncertainty about types of states and their intentions. Instructions: In your answer, refer to class lectures and readings, but do not hesitate to offer your own reasoned views and opinions. Make sure the essay has a clear logical structure: not only should you provide an introduction and a conclusion (summary), but every paragraph should contribute to the overall argument and be logically related to previous and subsequent paragraphs. In other words, avoid a “laundry list” of unrelated points. Organize your essay by theme and argument, not by author. It is best to plan your answer in advance by preparing a clear outline. Remember to divide the text into paragraphs! I attached some sources that can help you.
International Relations Name: Instructor: Institution: Date: The world has experienced various indelible events since antiquity.Thre have been bloody conflicts through the ages, and as time goes by, history seems to indicate that the conflicts will only get bloodier. Nations are coming up with special programs aimed at researching more on warfare. Large budgetary allocations, even in the United States, are channeled towards the same. The First World War was bloody, the second was even bloodier. The nations of the world have tried coming together under the banner of the United Nations, so as to prevent such deadly conflicts between states. It however looks like there is some virtual, ever-present cloud of anarchy, ruling the globe. Maintaining of this status quo of an a