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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS SYNDICATE Joint Examination for the Higher School Certificate and General Certificate of Education

GENERAL PAPER
OCTOBER/NOVEMBER SESSION 2001
Additional materials: Answer paper

8001/1, 2
2 hours 40 minutes

TIME

2 hours 40 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES Write your name, Centre number, candidate number and paper number (1 or 2) in the spaces provided on the answer paper/answer booklet. Answer two questions. Answer one question from Paper 1 and one question from Paper 2. Write your answers on the answer paper. Begin your answer to Paper 2 on a new and separate sheet of paper. At the end of the examination, hand in your answers to Paper 1 and Paper 2 separately. If you are unable to answer a question in any one Paper, send in a blank sheet giving your name, Centre number, candidate number and the number of that Paper. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES In Paper 1, all questions carry equal marks. In Paper 2, the number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question. The total time of 2 hours and 40 minutes includes ten minutes for you to study the questions before you begin your answers. You may make notes during this time if you wish. You are advised to spend no longer than 1 hour 15 minutes on Paper 1. You should write between 500 and 800 words. INSTRUCTIONS TO SUPERVISORS You are requested to place the answers belonging to the two papers in separate envelopes which should be marked 1 or 2.

This question paper consists of 7 printed pages and 1 blank page. SP (NF) S14170/1 © UCLES 2001

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3 Paper 1

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Does one country ever have the right to influence the internal affairs of another?

2

Is it more important to deal with the causes of crime than its punishment?

3

Is terrorist action ever justified?

4

Can countries with a history of conflict achieve real peace and trust?

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