Answer the following prompt in 1000 – 1500 words:
– Develop your own political philosophy about international relations. Present how your philosophy is anchored in the needs of today’s world. Your philosophy builds on your specific knowledge from the development of international thought from Antiquity to First World War.
– Develop at least one new concept to support your philosophy and create a strong quote to be remembered in the future. – You may write this memo addressing a specific scholar, leader, policy-maker and/or politician.
– Use any scholarly readings to put past and present in conversation. – The memo should be mostly historical, devoting the bulk (~75%) of the analysis to the development of international thought. Your thesis should address the specific relevance of the development of international thought to today’s world. You may favor a specific period, a leader, or a philosopher in your arguments as long as you demonstrate knowledge of other periods discussed in class.
!!!THE QUOTED SCHOLARLY READINGS CAN BE REFERENCED IN REFERENCE FORMAT OF YOUR CHOICE!!!
WRITE A SPEECH FOR THE RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN IN FRONT OF HIS SECURITY COUNCIL (A RESIGNATION SPEECH, IN WHICH DECLARES HE HAS LOST THE WAR TO UKRAINE AND HE NEEDS TO LEAVE POLITICS). 3pages
This is an analysis of urban policies in the city of Anchorage. Please see the instructions attached. If possible, please use a few graphs.
Answer the question “Should a judge’s political party affiliation affect the way they make decisions on the bench? Most Americans would say “no”, although they prefer to elect their judges and sometimes do this on a party basis. Is there an inherent inconsistency in these preferences?”
Should the Constitution allow the state to control women’s bodies?
Students will receive up to 40 points for answering the journal questions included in the syllabus. Each question is worth 4 points. Students will be evaluated on the following: 1) ability to articulate a clear thesis; 2) textual evidence/discussion of relevant passage (properly cited-including page numbers); and 3) clarity of argument. Each journal question corresponds to the readings of the week. You will be graded on your ability to discuss the relevant assigned readings and answering the question that I asked. While this is an opportunity for students to write without time constraints, journal entries will be evaluated on the basis of their ability to discuss assigned readings from my course. Students who do not discuss the assigned readings will not receive appropriate credit. IF STUDENTS DO NOT ANSWER MY QUESTIONS OR USE THE RELEVANT TEXTS FOR EACH JOURNAL, STUDENTS WILL NOT RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THE JOURNAL ANSWER.
This is an extra credit assignment for Political science . attaching is a file of exam1 studyguide review I made and it would you answer the question because that’s the topic i enoy the most
Write 4-6 paragraphs reflecting on what you learned in this course. In your paper, please include the following:
Discuss, in fair detail, 2 concepts that stood out to you from the course (2 paragraphs).
These concepts can be something that you found interesting or something you didn’t know about before taking the course.
Be detailed with the concepts you choose. Don’t just tell me what concepts interested you. Tell me why they interested you. Also, be sure to explain what these concepts are. What is the textbook definition for these concepts? How did we discuss these concepts in class? Essentially, your paragraph should give me a brief overview of the concept.
Recall the course as a whole. How was your experience? Did you like the course? What did you like specifically? What are some things that could be improved? Please discuss at least two things you like/disliked about the course (2 paragraphs)
No title page required
No citations required
12 pt Times New Roman Font with 1″ margins
Please answer the following question. Your answer should employ no larger than 12-point font and no smaller than 1-inch margins; and it should span no more than 8 single or double-spaced pages. Your essay should be submitted to Husky CT as either a Word document or PDF. Relying upon relevant course material, please assess the following claim: J. Hector St. Jean Crevecoeur’s Letters from an American Farmer offers a conception of American identity that: registers the 18th century shift away from a religious-based national identity; borrows from Benjamin Franklin’s conception of virtuous citizenship; institutes a particular biological understanding of who can be an American; and sets the stage for Antebellum (pre-Civil War) ambivalence over the legacy of the Founding Fathers.
Resources: J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Letters from an American Farmer (in Gunn, pgs. 472-483)
Abigail Adams ( is the only resources needed for the essay)
Please only do the 1. Introduction part and the 8. Communication plan part in the docx file. Make sure your writing is aligned with the other parts. The ppt file include some resoures of the topic as well.
The pdf file is an example writing of a communication plan. Please have a look and refer to similar writing style.
Please use Canadian Press style in your writing. Also please have citations if you use any. If there’s anything you need, contact me ASAP.
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Discipline: government relation
There will be no make-up. Also, remember that using an AI is considered plagiarism and AI-generated papers will not be accepted.
spent the second half of the semester reading cases that primarily dealt with Congressional power. The essential conflict in these cases is whether or not congressional power can extend to personal activities that are not intended to have an immediate impact on interstate commerce. Give a description of relevant cases that illuminate the conflict. Then conclude by arguing for your own understanding of this congressional power, and whether or not it should extend to personal activities (like the ones described in the cases).
Read/review the following resources for this activity:
Textbook: Chapter 11, 12
Minimum of 2 scholarly sources in addition to the textbook.
Research the proportion of women, African Americans, Native Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans and openly gay or lesbian members of Congress.
Reflect on what these patterns say about the nature of representation.
1. Why do some groups tend to be underrepresented in Congress?
2. Why do you see a trend in which more women and minorities are being represented?
3. Do you think the underrepresentation of women and minorities affect Congress’s business?
4. How might we as a people address this situation and strive towards equal representation? Make sure to cite sources used.
Length: 1.5-2 pages (not including title page or references page)
12-point Times New Roman font
References page (minimum of 2 scholarly sources in addition to textbook if cited)
Located below is my book link where you can find a scholarly source from the book!