Describe and explain the Uranium One Deal. To what extent, if any, did Hillary Clinton collude with the Russians? Please review the attached information literacy tools that may help you with your research and writing of this paper. Citation and Reference Style Students will follow the Chicago Style as the sole citation and reference style used in written work submitted as part of coursework to the course. See http://www.apus.edu/Online-Library/tutorials/chicago.htm. A quick guide may be found at: The Chicago Manual of Style, 17th ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2017 available online at: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html The Author-Date system is recommended. https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/717/10/ All written submissions should be submitted in Times New Roman 12pt font with 1″ margins, typewritten in double-spaced format. College-level work is expected to be free of grammar, usage, and style errors.
The task is to “Critically examine the claim that globalisation is the vehicle for cultural imperialism”. The quality level expected for this paper is for a Master Degree or PhD. This paper requires Harvard Style referencing. Essays should not exceed 3000 words including footnotes (but excluding bibliography). Address the topic, the whole topic, and nothing but the topic. Reference a minimum of 15 sources, 8 of which should appear on the proposed resource lists. You are strongly encouraged to engage with the wider literature, and to utilise a broad array of sources, including reports, newspaper articles, and so forth. The above is the minimum required number of sources you should actively engage with in your essay. The essay shall be constructed in three parts: an introduction, a body and a conclusion. Plus the bibliography. (Introduction) In the introduction, summarize your main argument(s) succinctly and accurately. Then explain why this argument(s) is important. Finally, provide a brief map or outline for the reader: This essay will examine 1) 2) 3) and 4) . Adhere to this outline clearly, throughout the essay, preferably using sub-headings. Also in the introduction, define the key concepts, so the reader knows what you are talking about. In addition, provide some elements contextualising the relevance of the essay topic (put yourself in your readers shoes, at the end of the introduction the reader should be interested about knowing more about the topic and your way of addressing it). (Body) In the main body of the essay, develop your argument(s) over the course of 3-4 main sections, preferably using sub-headings. (Conclusion) In the conclusion you shall restate your answer to the question, re-summarize the main points and include a final broad statement (remember to never introduce new information or ideas in the conclusion) (Bibliography) Include references and a bibliography. Other requirements: 1. Justify your arguments and evidence them wherever possible, either though empirical examples or through references to the literature. Please note that sentences presenting claims and facts must employ relevant literature for underpinning. 2. Be analytical and critical: demonstrate that you have the ability to analyse and evaluate the existing literature, making sure to always support your opinions with evidence. 3. Sustain persuasive arguments and employ the views presented from the literature consulted in addressing the essay question. Always ensure every paragraph you present within your submission add value to the narrative developed to address the essay topic. 4. Aim to always avoid the use of contractions within the narrative presented in your work/essay. 5. Note that academic writing must be written in third person hence avoid the use of words like we. our and I except they are part of a direct quote. 6. Aim to always dedicate good time for the careful proofreading and thorough editing of the narrative presented within your work.
I chose the country Myanmar to write about it’s foreign policy. Please follow the instruction given by the proffesor on the file that I attached. Begin with a brief description of the country: Where is it? How large is it? Is it an island? What countries are nearby? What is its place in the region in terms of power? And what is its place in the world in terms of power? What is its economy like? Is it developed or developing? Are there any internal major socioeconomic problems (such as poverty, environmental decay etc)? Which countries are its trading partners? What is the political system in your country? Is it democratic? Is there a coalition or a unitary government? Checks and balances: congress, executive etc? What is the decision-making system? Does the leader, with his or her advisors, make the decisions without major constraints, or is there a lot of log rolling and compromise? What is the leader like? Personality? Operational code? The Bureaucracy: which bureaucracies are involved in foreign affairs? As far as the Foreign Affairs Department (State Department in the US) is concerned, are there a lot of embassies abroad? Is the military involved in foreign affairs? Society: what would you say is the national image the country wants to project (if you can determine it from statements you have read)? What is the dominant culture of the countrys people? Do you think that the people can have in input in foreign affairs? Can you find any examples of the masses organizing on any foreign issue? Is there a few media? Put this all together now. Go to the foreign ministry website and say how the countrys foreign policy is described there. Add: do YOU think that the country is pursuing a foreign policy that is appropriate and successful (successful means: does it help the country be secure and prosperous)
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