PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEOS AND DO THE ESSAY Section 2) September 12-25 Theme: The Cold War Crisis and Soviet New Thinking 1986–1991 Readings: Textbook; Chapter 2 Video Links: Perestroika: From Re-Building to Collapse: Conversations with Gorbachev ( 3 Videos): Assignment: Write-up due Sunday, September 25th, 11:55 PM
Respond to the following question: Are processes and mechanisms both necessary for a ‘complete’ causal account? Look for definitions in the text. Your essay should contain a clearly stated argument/thesis (e.g., “In this essay, I argue that…”). THE ESSAY MUST BE WRITTEN ONLY AND ONLY BY USING THE 17 FOLLOWING SOURCES 1- Van Evera, Guide… Continue reading 13- rueschemeyer, “can one or a few cases yield theoretical gains” in comparative historical analysis in the social sciences
Format • Overall presentation and writing style • Correct spelling and grammar • Introduction: Concise, relevant • Clear thesis statement or question that guides the rest of the essay • Research/Body of paper: Analysis and arguments, not just description of background/history • Balanced arguments, i.e. consider from multiple angles and discuss arguments for and against… Continue reading • correct spelling and grammar
A 2 page assessment of the readings/Video from the assigned reading list below: Andrade, R.O. and Yoo, S.G., 2019. Cognitive security: A comprehensive study of cognitive science in cybersecurity. Journal of Information Security and Applications, 48, p.102352. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Roberto-Andrade-7/publication/334909513_Cognitive_security_A_comprehensive_study_of_cognitive_science_in_cybersecurity/links/5ee8bf3292851ce9e7e7f0d8/Cognitive-security-A-comprehensive-study-of-cognitive-science-in-cybersecurity.pdf (Links to an external site.) Gioe, D.V., Goodman, M.S. and Wanless, A., Rebalancing cybersecurity imperatives: patching the… Continue reading Journal of information security and applications, 48, p.102352.
POSITION PAPER GRADING • Format is important o Double spaced, one-inch margins all around, no more than 12 font ( no script please), no double double spacing, paper page minimum length etc. • Approximately o 25 % Part I, introduction o 50 % Part II the academic argument and clarity o 25 % Footnotes: documentation,… Continue reading O 50 % part ii the academic argument and clarity
Watch movie ” operation daybreak” and answer 4 questions and the instructions are already given in the attachment. Answer the questions below in 2-3 strong paragraphs per question. All selections available on at least Amazon streaming, and none explicitly violent. Due by the end of 20 SEP 2022. QUESTIONS: 1. Discuss the role of Army,… Continue reading Would we respond in the same way to similar provocations today?
“Current Connections” Paper Assignment This paper should focus on a news article (from NYT, Washington Post, CNN, or FOX) published this semester (2022) that deals with the cause(s) of a violent interaction – war, crisis, or other armed conflict somewhere in the world involving at least one nation-state. A civil war or other conflict involving… Continue reading In writing this paper, you need to (1) identity the actors involved in this interaction; (2) describe the interests of the parties involved; (3) explain the form the conflict took (which might be anything from a threat to attack to a clash that left thousands dead; and (4) discuss why the author believed the conflict took place (what were the main factor(s), decision(s), circumstance(s), etc. that caused the conflict).
In a 2-4 page case study, identify the role of constitutions within Europe. * Discuss the European Counter Terrorism Center and counter-terrorism in Europe. From the examples provided in the textbook, assess terrorism in Europe following September 11th, 2001. * Identify three terrorist attacks that occurred in Europe since September 11th, 2001. * What are… Continue reading In a 2-4 page case study, identify the role of constitutions within europe.
The purpose of this simulation is to give the class a better idea of the challenges the United Nations faces in dealing with emerging security crises. In class and through the readings we have learned about how the United Nations Security Council and security organizations work, what the relationship is between them, and what options… Continue reading Of international concern.
1. What are the forms of racial, gender, class and other forms of exclusion that operate in universities and queer communities? Do you see similarities and differences in how forms of belonging and exclusion are created for different kinds of identities? 2. What are strategies for recognizing, naming, and challenging exclusion in different contexts? Have… Continue reading Have you seen any effective strategies work?