The last one is Type IV that now entails the spread of WMD into other nations such as theft of Pakistan of nuclear secrets from Holland.
The government is in a social dilemma when tasked to either spend on guns or butter. This is because spending only on guns has both potential benefits but also grave pitfalls. The benefits involve security of a country’s borders because the armed forces are better armed. Additionally, the presence of prestige is a motivating factor for with guns instead of butter. However, too many guns in the wrong hands increases violence as noted in the US. It equally distracts the government from spending on the most important things (Khan 134). I think the best approach involves giving the citizens more butter and not guns because it is enhance their lives.
I think the Barefoot Gen film serves as a testament of the atrocities that war causes to vulnerable civilians. By basing its story on Hiroshima, it challenges our consciousness to stop war at all