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Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbo

Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 6 Lesson 2 APA style manual Citation and Writing Assistance: Writing Papers At CU Library Overview How to Search for Articles - the Everything Tab Extra resources: Mills, H. (2007). Power points!: How to design and deliver presentations that sizzle and sell(Office essentials collection). New York: AMACOM. (2007). Retrieved October 30, 2019, from WorldCat. https://chamberlain-on-worldcat-org.chamberlainuniversity.idm.oclc.org/oclc/163575158 Instructions You are attending an international journalist event and have been chosen to give…

In five pages  Provide a short history of leadership within the Marine Corps inc

In five pages  Provide a short history of leadership within the Marine Corps incorporate the book in this section. What is the importance of competition in the Marine Corps and how does it make marines better than our advisories? provide details from the book to support your ideas?   Highlight key concepts within the book. How does a competitive nature help marines to be better leaders, provide details from the book to support your ideas?  Include at least 5 reference…

First, provide a brief description of the important historical developments that

First, provide a brief description of the important historical developments that led to intergovernmental relations as it appears to exist today. Second, I would like to see a robust discussion on your interpretation of the last section of Chapter 1. In that section, the author hints that, at least to some extent, intergovernmental relations has been utilized as a tool to create a corporate plutocracy, reducing or eliminating many of the democratic gains of the poor and middle class over…

Find a film or credible website about Theresa May’s Rise to Power that can answe

Find a film or credible website about Theresa May's Rise to Power that can answer, or briefly mention the following: Background Information: Family and early life Education Professional background Influences Rise to Power: Why did the leader seek power? Explain how the leader came to power (election, coup, hereditary, etc.). Source and Extent of Power: Source: Constitution or other document(s), tradition, fear, etc. Extent: Are there limits to what the leader can do?  Who, if anyone, can check the leader's…

Some may argue that when the population resorts to force to deal with the inabil

Some may argue that when the population resorts to force to deal with the inability of its own government, it is a rebellion and civil resentment (or war) rather than terrorism. The population of Syria, these proponents would argue, are not terrorists, but rather people who were fed up with an oppressive regime. Moreover, Syria was not a failed state at the start of the current war and only become one as a result of influx of external terrorists. So…

Read the report on human rights in Venezuela by Human Rights Watch (2017) (https

Read the report on human rights in Venezuela by Human Rights Watch (2017) (https://www.hrw.org/world-report/2018/country-chapters/venezuela). Supplement the required report with current news articles.  Assess the current status of human rights in Venezuela.  What could the United Nations, individual countries, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) do to help stabilize Venezuela and protect the basic human rights of its people? 

Read the articles by Ferreira (2017) and Manchanda (2017) which are required rea

Read the articles by Ferreira (2017) and Manchanda (2017) which are required reading for this week. Respond to the following: Before studying this week's material, how knowledgeable were you about the concept of failed/fragile states? Provide an example of a failed/fragile state and explain why it is identified as such. What impact does this country's failed/fragile status have on its neighbors? What can, or should, the international community do to address the problems in the country that you chose?

Instructions Make an argument explaining when U.S. military intervention in othe

Instructions Make an argument explaining when U.S. military intervention in other countries is appropriate. Use real examples and document them with credible sources. Defend your position, including acknowledging the potential risks associated with your chosen scenario(s). Consider opposing viewpoints, and rebut them if necessary. Essays should be 750 words in length, not including repetition of the question or references. Essays should be written in third person perspective. The goal is to create a scholarly argument by presenting a thesis statement…