2000 words essay Academic style paper – Harvard style referencing! Description o

2000 words essay Academic style paper – Harvard style referencing! Description of task: – Choose an international event or conflict or event – Apply two theories and analyze your chosen event from these two perspectives – Highlight the differences and possible common elements – Use at least four academic sources from the field of International Relations Theories that have to be applied in the case study: (chose 2) 1, John Mearsheimer – Power and fear in Great Power Politics File 2, Keohane& Nye – Transnational relations in world politics 3, Andrew Moravicsik – Taking preferences seriously: A liberal theory of international politics 4, Stephen Krasner -Structural causes and regime consequences: Regimes as intervening variables 5, John Ikenberry Liberal Leviathan- The rise decline, and renewal of American World Order 6, Alexander Wendt- Anarchy is What States Make of It: The Social Construction of Power Politics 7, Martha Finnemore- Legitimacy, Hypocrisy, and the Social Structure of Unipolarity Why Being a Unipole Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be 8, Robert W. Cox – Social Forces, States, and World Orders: Beyond International Relations Theory 9, William I. Robinson – Gramsci and Globalisation: From Nation-State to Transnational Hegemony 10, Marysia Zalewski- All these theories yet the bodies keep piling up’: theories, theorists, theorizing

there are few topics. you can choose one of your choice except globalization. if

there are few topics. you can choose one of your choice except globalization. if you want to take human rights make sure to mention/describe only one right.
Also please make sure it is not more than 250 words in TIMES NEW ROMAN and 12 POINT FONT SIZE, Double spaced

– A clear introduction outlining the geopolitics of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

– A clear introduction outlining the geopolitics of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline. – In the body of the paper discuss the background of NordStream 2, the geopolitics of the pipeline by looking at the countries involved (Russia, Germany), its implications on Ukraine, and how this might affect U.S. interests and policy, etc. – A conclusion referring back to the thesis. -Regular, in-text citations in APA style (including works cited/references page). -Sources must be peer-reviewed articles. – Word Count (excluding the reference page): ca. 1400 words, double spaced, Times New Roman -Due Date (latest): Saturday, December 4, 2021, by 6 pm EST.

– A clear introduction outlining the geopolitics of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

– A clear introduction outlining the geopolitics of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline. – In the body of the paper discuss the background of NordStream 2, the geopolitics of the pipeline by looking at the countries involved (Russia, Germany), its implications on Ukraine, and how this might affect U.S. interests and policy, etc. – A conclusion referring back to the thesis. -Regular, in-text citations in APA style (including works cited/references page). -Sources must be peer-reviewed articles. – Word Count (excluding the reference page): ca. 1400 words, double spaced, Times New Roman -Due Date (latest): Saturday, December 4, 2021, by 6 pm EST.

Essay: “Explaining North Korean Nuclear Weapons Motivations” North Korea conduct

Essay: “Explaining North Korean Nuclear Weapons Motivations” North Korea conducted nuclear weapons tests in 2006, 2009, 2013 and 2016. After reading the assigned article, write an essay in which you present your own clearly articulated argument about whether constructivism, liberalism, or realism best explains North Korea’s behavior with respect to nuclear weapons policy. Make sure to use multiple examples from the assigned text. Your answer should be two pages, type-written, and double-spaced with 12 pt. font. Write clearly and concisely, with a carefully crafted introductory paragraph and a thesis. The body of your essay should support these initial conclusions.

A 5 Paragraph Essay For this assignment, please write a 1-2 page (double-spaced)

A 5 Paragraph Essay For this assignment, please write a 1-2 page (double-spaced) five paragraph essay on one of the wars we’ve covered so far (e.g. World War I, World War II, or the Cold War). Be sure to apply at least one theoretical perspective to it, to articulate the level(s) of analysis you’re using and to demonstrate your understanding of at least five international relations terms (realism, liberalism, constructivism, neoliberalism, interdependence) (e.g. like the ones discussed on the week 1 forum). Your essay should be insightful meaning that you should demonstrate your critical thinking on the topic. In your introductory paragraph, introduce the war, theoretical perspective, level(s) of analysis and terms you’re going to discuss. End the paragraph with your thesis statement, which is about what you have to say about the topic. For more information on them, please check out this link. In paragraph 2, talk about the first point from your thesis statement and in paragraph 3 talk about the second point from your thesis statement. In paragraph 4, talk about your third point and in paragraph 5 conclude with a wrap up of your analysis. Outline: Paragraph 1: Introduction – ends with thesis statement Paragraph 2: Talk about the first point from your thesis statement Paragraph 3: Talk about the second point from your thesis statement Paragraph 4: Talk about the third point from your thesis statement Paragraph 5: Conclusion and final insights. Although this essay is a bit different than the essays discussed on the Purdue OWL website, it is still a good reference. I recommend checking it out. Your submission should be free from errors and demonstrate your knowledge on the topics you discussed. Exclusive use of the course materials is required. Please upload your work as a .doc or .docx file by Sunday of week 5. Rubric: Purpose/Audience: /20 Thesis and Support: /20 Organization: /20 Style: /20 Mechanics: /20 Total: /100

A 5 Paragraph Essay For this assignment, please write a 1-2 page (double-spaced)

A 5 Paragraph Essay For this assignment, please write a 1-2 page (double-spaced) five paragraph essay on one of the wars we’ve covered so far (e.g. World War I, World War II, or the Cold War). Be sure to apply at least one theoretical perspective to it, to articulate the level(s) of analysis you’re using and to demonstrate your understanding of at least five international relations terms (realism, liberalism, constructivism, neoliberalism, interdependence) (e.g. like the ones discussed on the week 1 forum). Your essay should be insightful meaning that you should demonstrate your critical thinking on the topic. In your introductory paragraph, introduce the war, theoretical perspective, level(s) of analysis and terms you’re going to discuss. End the paragraph with your thesis statement, which is about what you have to say about the topic. For more information on them, please check out this link. In paragraph 2, talk about the first point from your thesis statement and in paragraph 3 talk about the second point from your thesis statement. In paragraph 4, talk about your third point and in paragraph 5 conclude with a wrap up of your analysis. Outline: Paragraph 1: Introduction – ends with thesis statement Paragraph 2: Talk about the first point from your thesis statement Paragraph 3: Talk about the second point from your thesis statement Paragraph 4: Talk about the third point from your thesis statement Paragraph 5: Conclusion and final insights. Although this essay is a bit different than the essays discussed on the Purdue OWL website, it is still a good reference. I recommend checking it out. Your submission should be free from errors and demonstrate your knowledge on the topics you discussed. Exclusive use of the course materials is required. Please upload your work as a .doc or .docx file by Sunday of week 5. Rubric: Purpose/Audience: /20 Thesis and Support: /20 Organization: /20 Style: /20 Mechanics: /20 Total: /100

For this project, you will write a 1,000 to 1,200-word paper assessing the polit

For this project, you will write a 1,000 to 1,200-word paper assessing the political significance of a map. You’ll start with the required reading on maps from Week 2 (Branch Territory attachment) , and then apply these ideas to a specific, real-world map. You’ll choose a map from those listed below and use the readings listed below it to inform your analysis. You can agree or disagree with any of the sources you use, and you may (optional) incorporate ideas and/or short quotations from additional course readings. Step 1: Re-read the reading “Territory ” by Jordan Branch from Week 2. Step 2: Choose one of the maps listed below and read the secondary analysis included below it. Step 3: Write a short paper that addresses the following: What is the historical and political context for this map? Who is creating and who is using (or just viewing) this map and why? What impact does the map have on how the state sponsoring or creating it sees itself and its relations with other states (or non-state actors)? What does this state or entity’s exercise in mapfare tell us about its role in international relations? Note that your paper should have a thesis–your answer to questions 3 and/or 4 above. You should tell the reader what your thesis is going to be in the paper’s introduction. Map #1 – ISIS https://www.mediamatters.org/alex-jones/why-media-taking-these-isis-world-domination-maps-so-seriously Formatting an official looking title page with author names; Chicago Style footnotes or APA-formatted parenthetical references, with page numbers for any direct citations; a Chicago Style bibliography or APA-formatted references list; page numbers on your pages; double spacing; 12pt Times New Roman font or equivalent (remember that making the font larger doesn’t change the word length requirement); 1” margins.

-Discuss diaspora theory by referring to Kureishi’s “My Son the Fanatic,” Mootoo

-Discuss diaspora theory by referring to Kureishi’s “My Son the Fanatic,” Mootoo’s, “Out on Main Street” and Rushdie’s “The New Empire within Britain?” What do these works suggest about life in diasporas? -Using Postcolonial theory, analyze any one of the following novels: Achebe’s Things Fall Apart, Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea, Sidhwa’s Cracking India and Abulhawa’s Mornings in Jenin. What does it mean to be postcolonial? What are some of the issues that postcolonial countries and their peoples deal with? Answers should: be between (700-800 words) but thorough and MUST: -Begin with a title and introduction to draw reluctant readers into the topic -Focus on a clearly articulated thesis statement. Your argument should be clearly stated. -Provide sufficient evidence from the texts to support the thesis -Include fully developed paragraphs linked in a logical and readable manner -Conclude effectively -Be typed, double-spaced, in black ink on white paper, Times New Roman, font size 12 -Use MLA format for in-text citations and Works Cited -Refer to scholarly sources.

Essay OUTLINE for final assignment. This week, your assignment is to submit an o

Essay OUTLINE for final assignment. This week, your assignment is to submit an outline for your paper. Use the outline below to organize your paper, providing notes under each section so that your instructor knows what you plan to research. Introduction Includes a clear thesis statement Background Analysis Arguments (that support your thesis) Counterarguments (that oppose your thesis) Conclusion Recommendations References I would like to point out the following two main aspects often throughout the weeks ahead in the course: 1. Remember you are writing a White Paper. While in the real world a White Paper is a short, succinct, and tightly constructed argument leading to a recommended course of action, built around the Bottom-Line-Up-Front approach, the only difference in our course is that you are writing a White Paper that is longer in order to demonstrate your scholarship. 2. In our White Paper and those in the real world, your audience is staff officers or senior leaders looking for current, relevant, and insightful proposals on a problem with which they are wrestling. These staff officers and senior leaders ordinarily do not have a great deal of time to study a problem in-depth, so the White Paper provides them with an opportunity to get to the heart of problems quickly. Your task in the White Paper is to give them the BLUF by employing the adage of “tell’em what you are going to tell ’em; tell ’em; tell ’em what you told ’em.” 3. A strong White Paper follows this construct: Introduction, Background, Analysis, Conclusions, Recommendations, References. As you work on acquiring sources, break your White Paper down into these segments and begin to populate them with your thoughts and ideas, to be refreshed as your research continues. Write in an unconstrained style that will afford you the chance to refine your points later and employ those current and most relevant sources within the text of your segments.