Problem: How can the U.S. and allied forces protect Physical Security Destruction of infrastructure from China using a professional enterprise to counter the efforts through the air and naval patrols tension and conflict increased.
Discussion: Discuss the concept of protect Physical SecurityDestruction of infrastructure
Position: Increase Outrageous policies, control of sea lanes and movement restriction
Solution/s: Dominance in the world stage in terms of trade, technology, defense etc.
last sentence should transition to: How can the U.S. and allied military forces position themselves to control the South China Sea by fostering peace through strength, or through the employment of aggressive military operations?
The topic must be contemporary. It is neither a history paper nor a biography. The paper must be on a domestic issue, no foreign relations, etc. The writing style must be a Position Paper. The point is that the paper is based on your research. The paper must include a Work Cited page (which is not part of the word/page count), not a Bibliography. Please be aware that Wikipedia and any foreign website are not an acceptable resource and MAY NOT be used as a source for your paper. WEB CITATIONS MUST INCLUDE THE URL.All citations are subject to verification by the instructor. Failure to include URLs will result in a automatic reduction of points!
WORD COUNT MUST BE ON FRONT PAGEMUST HAVE A WORK CITED PAGE NOT A BIBLIOGRAPHYMUST HAVE URLs in all citations on Work Cited page (you may not merely cite WebMUST SHOW WHEN YOU ACCESSED ALL SOURCES.NO FOREIGN WEB SITES USED A SOURCES. (.uk, .ca, .au, .eu……etc.)NO SOURCES CITED THAT ARE MORE THAN FIVE (5) YEARS OLDNO ENCYCLOPEDIAS OR WIKIPEDIA CITED AS A SOURCE
My Topic: Domestic issues -Jobs, my position on this issues is the imbalance between work and home life.
Politics and International Relations Dissertation
Reflection on Dissertation/Professional Report 1,000 words
1. the topic and title of the dissertation as well as your specific research question(s)
2. the motivation for your research, as well as its potential empirical and analytical contribution to the understanding of real-world issues in Politics & IR.
3. the literature that your dissertation discusses and the theoretical/analytical angle it adopts.
4. the nature of the sources or data used and the specific methods through which this evaluation is carried out.
5. a chapter outline detailing the content and purpose of each chapter.
The purpose of this exam is to help you bring together all the different aspects of American government that you have studied such that you can show some perceptive analysis and evaluation of a current policy issue.
Choose a current issue.
Summarize the issue briefly and discuss the opinions of the public, interest groups and/or parties regarding the issue.
How are one or more levels of government responding to the issue?
Research bills, executive actions, and possibly court decisions.
Then discuss whether the response is satisfactory in your opinion and what you would recommend for the future.
( I’m a democrat, if that’s of any help 🙂 )
Your paper should be about two to three pages long (500 to 800 words).
You’ll be choosing your own specialty subtopic from the below list of five:
-Personal liberty laws
-Fugitive Slave Act
-John Brown/Harpers Ferry Raid
Create a PowerPoint or Google Slides presentation for this discussion. Your presentation is required to have:
1 title slide (think of a creative or interesting title but also relevant)
At least FIVE (5) slides on questions 1 and 2
At least FIVE (5) slides on questions 3, 4, and 5
Your presentation should include a minimum of FIVE (5) relevant images (Use Google Image Search)
At least ONE (1) (you may need more than one) slide that lists citations to your sources (title, author (if available), year (if available) and hyperlink)
Use the provided document and your online research to answer the following questions
1. What were Benning’s main justifications for Georgia’s choice to secede?
2. What arguments did Benning use to convince Virginia delegates to secede? Which of his arguments do you think were best received by the assembled delegates? Explain.
3. Where do you see (a) reference(s) to your subtopic in the speech? (Hint: All of these subtopics are mentioned in the speech)
4. How does your research help you understand the role your chosen subtopic played in the secession of Georgia?
5. Given your research, why would Benningreference it as part of his argument in favor of Virginia’s secession?
WARNING: DO NOT copy a website, that is plagiarism. DO NOT just summarize one web source. I am looking to see that you have consulted several sources and worked them into a strong answer to the questions below
NOTE: Check to see that your websites are reliable and trustworthy. If you’re unclear on this and need extra guidance
NOTE: Stick to short relevant quotes. Don’t take up a whole slide with a single giant quote. Also, do not rush through a slide with a negligible amount of information. Part of the challenge of this assignment is striking a balance that avoids too little and too much information.
NOTE: NO Wikipedia (dig/research deeper than that)
It is indeed possible to argue watching the films this week that there is no hope; that the general tendency of mankind when it comes to organizing the political is to revert to violence; that Hobbes war of all against all defines how states act in relation both to their own citizens and to the citizens of other countries. Even when civil order breaks down, the movement is not towards reconciliation and peace but towards violence, retribution, vengeance and retaliation. Enemies of the state become targets for violence and elimination, and political life degenerates into the brutal interplay of violent forces. If all this is true, then what place is there for hopefulness or ethics, or to put it another way, for reconciliation in political life? Comment; in your discussion draw from this weeks films and the reading for this week. The point of these essays is for you not to relate what’s in these films and books but to use the book as a kind of ongoing commentary to what’s in the film and to contrast the films with as much argument as you can. analytically contrast the films and the characters, and weave the book into an analytical approach to the films. each film must be mentioned and analyzed, along with the book.
The Grey Zone
Michael Herr, Dispatches
Macroeconomic analysis deals with the crucial issue of government involvement in the operation of “free market economy.” The Keynesian model suggests that it is the responsibility of the government to help to stabilize the economy. Stabilization policies (demand-side and supply-side policies) are undertaken by the federal government to counteract business cycle fluctuations and prevent high rates of unemployment and inflation. Demand side policies are government attempts to alter aggregate demand (AD) through using fiscal (cutting taxes and increasing government spending) or monetary policy (reducing interest rates). To shift the AD to the right, the government has to increase the government spending (the G-component of AD) causing consumer expenditures (the C-component of AD) to increase. Alternatively the Federal Reserve could cut interest rates reducing the cost of borrowing thereby encouraging consumer spending and investment borrowing. Both policies will lead to an increase in AD. Develop an essay discussing the fiscal and the monetary policies adopted and implemented by the federal during the Great Recession and their impacts on the U.S. economy.Complete this essay in a Microsoft Word document, and in APA format. Note your submission will automatically be submitted through “TurnItIn” for plagiarism review. Please note that a minimum of 700 words for your essay is required. Your paper should be structured as follows 1. Cover page with a running head 2. Introduction: What is the economic meaning of a recession? · A brief discussion of fiscal policies · A brief discussion of monetary policies 3. Conclusions: Discuss the extent to which the use of demand side policies (fiscal policy and monetary policy) during the Great Recession of 2008 has been successful in restoring economic growth and reducing unemployment 4. References