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I would like you all to read the materials listed below. The two specific docume

I would like you all to read the materials listed below. The two specific documents/events - The Report of the Commission on Global Governance in 1995 and the September Security Council Summit on Post-COVID-19 Global Governance - are both UN initiatives. The course is not about the UN specifically, though we will talk about it among other actors. It simply happens to be the arena where the term of global governance appears with greater frequency and in which the term…

This work require student to prepare a critical review of 4000 words of a case s

This work require student to prepare a critical review of 4000 words of a case study. The case study for this work is: Critically review WHO´s response to the spread of the Ebola Virus outbreak. The case study should be approached using the Four phases model of disaster management (Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, Recovery) as a single or combined elemental approach.

You will choose two military conflicts (large or small, declared or undeclared)

You will choose two military conflicts (large or small, declared or undeclared) (from the list attached below as a PDF and should be mentioned in the attached readings as well)  in which the United States has been engaged and answer a series of questions about that conflict. You will make an argument about whether it was a constitutionally legitimate use of force. 1. Make an argument (in one paragraph) about what enables a constitutionally, legally, politically legitimate use of force…

Considering the American experience and dissatisfaction with an all-powerful nat

Considering the American experience and dissatisfaction with an all-powerful national government during colonialism and the lack of cohesion and national power under the Articles of Confederation, discuss how the U.S. Constitution creates a balance between state and national governments as well as a division of powers among the various branches of government. 2 paragraphs.

Students should select a debate, associated with one of the main concepts and th

Students should select a debate, associated with one of the main concepts and themes covered by the first 7 lectures (i.e. colonialism, modernity, ethnic/national identities and their role in modern societies, meaning of intent, classification of a victim group, "hard/narrow" versus "soft/broad" definition of genocide, etc.) and write a 5-7 page analysis of the contested issue. The analysis should be couched within the student's own critical argument on the subject and should avoid making a claim based on any specific…

Read the attached links and then answer the questions below. 1. Read this articl

Read the attached links and then answer the questions below. 1. Read this article at the National Constitution Center.( https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/when-congress-once-used-its-powers-to-declare-war ) What are some of the legal differences between a declaration of war and a congressional authorization to use force? 2. Read the text of the congressional declaration of war against Japan in 1941.( https://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/resources/pdf/SJRES116_WWII_Japan.pdf ) With what specific language does Congress authorize the use of force? 3. Read the Gulf of Tonkin resolution, which authorized the Vietnam War. (…

Read the attached sources (attached as PDF) documents and answer the questions b

Read the attached sources (attached as PDF) documents and answer the questions below. Blackstone (apologies for the olden times typesetting--Ss look like Fs in some words): 1-What are the prerogatives of the King? (Paragraphs 8-10) 2-How does Blackstone characterize the King’s powers in paragraphs 11-13? 3-In foreign relations, the King is the sole voice of the nation. How does Blackstone justify this arrangement in paragraph 17? 4-In paragraphs 18-23, Blackstone describes the powers of the King in foreign affairs. Make…

Answer the following five questions. 1.    Explain the terms checks and balance

Answer the following five questions. 1.    Explain the terms checks and balances and separation of powers in your own words. DO NOT copy and paste from the textbook. Do not use Google. Explain to me in your own words what these two terms mean. After you explain what each means, explain how they differ and provide two examples that illustrate and demonstrate these two concepts. 2.    Federalism in the United States has undergone changes since the ratification of the Constitution.…

In your view, what drives world politics? That is, what are the forces, factors

In your view, what drives world politics? That is, what are the forces, factors or influences, and who are the actors, that cause issues and events to emerge and evolve in world politics? In your answer, provide some examples to illustrate your claims. To the extent possible, say why you think that these forces, factors, influences and actors, etc., drive world politics in the way that you claim. Read the excerpt of John A. Hobson, Imperialism (London: Allen and Unwin,…

We are using one book for this class, and that is Andrew Heywood. (2017). Politi

We are using one book for this class, and that is Andrew Heywood. (2017). Political Ideologies: An Introduction. So for this 2nd short/argumentative paper or brief essay, 1) Compare and contrast these two political ideologies: liberalism with conservatism (no less than 2 pages with appropriate citations) 2) Compare and contrast communism via socialism with capitalism as two unique economic systems (no less than 2 pages with appropriate citations) 3) From reading the book, watching television and listening to news, seeing…