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Should be answered with the minimum of two paragraphs (5-7

DIRECTIONS: Carefully read each question. All questions
should be answered with the minimum of two paragraphs (5-7
sentences). Students should analyze each question using the
terminology, principles, or theories from the chapter. Points
will be deducted for incorrect grammar, punctuation, and if
the question is answered with less than two paragraphs. Points
will also be deducted if the question is not answered in its
entirety.
Remember, plagiarism is not accepted. If additional sources
are used to answer the questions, the sources should be cited
using APA format.
1. Discuss why companies go international, giving specific
reactive and proactive reasons.
• Explain and give examples of the impact of the Internet on
small businesses.
Define and explain the process of environmental assessment,
particularly the discussing the external and internal
assessment

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The chapter to do is chapter 12

The book is; US FOREIGN POLICY; THE PARADOX OF POWER BY Steven W. Hook 6TH EDITION. The chapter to do is chapter 12

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Video links: perestroika: from re-building to

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

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13- rueschemeyer, “can one or a few cases yield theoretical gains” in comparative historical analysis in the social sciences

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 to methods for students of political science, pp. 1- 45.
2- Schwartz-Shea and Yanow, Chapters 2 and 3
3- King, Gary, Robert O. Keohane, and Sidney Verba. Designing social inquiry: Scientific inference in qualitative research, Princeton University Press, 1994, 76-91
4- Hall, “Aligning Ontology and Methodology” in Comparative historical analysis in the social sciences
5- Mahoney and Goertz, “Methodological Rorschach Tests,”
6- March and Lave, “Model Making”
7- Friedman, “Methodology of Positive Economics”
8- Geertz, “Deep Play: Notes on the Balinese Cock-fight”
9- Tilly, “Reasons Why”
10- Seawright and Gerring, “Case selection Techniques in Case Study Research,”
11- Geddes. “How the cases you choose affect the answers you get: Selection bias in comparative politics.”
12-Van Evera, Stephen. Guide to methods for students of political science, pp. 77-88.
13- Rueschemeyer, “Can One or a Few Cases Yield Theoretical Gains” in Comparative historical analysis in the social sciences
14- Collier, “Understanding Process Tracing”
15- Bennett and Checkel, “Process tracing: from philosophical roots to best practices,” in Bennett and Checkel,Process tracing
16- Pouliot, “Practice Tracing” in Bennett and Checkel, Process tracing.
17- Mayntz, “Mechanisms in the Analysis of Social Macro-Phenomena”

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• correct spelling and grammar

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 your perspective
• Original research (not just from textbook but use the textbook and the library to find further sources)
• Academic book and article sources (that are not crap!)
• Conclusion: Repeat thesis statement, briefly discuss findings

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Journal of information security and applications, 48, p.102352.

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 social layer. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Alicia-Wanless/publication/332702199_Rebalancing_cybersecurity_imperatives_patching_the_social_layer/links/5cda72e3299bf14d959511a2/Rebalancing-cybersecurity-imperatives-patching-the-social-layer.pdf (Links to an external site.)
Siegel, J., 2016. Meatspace is cyberspace: the Pynchonian posthuman in bleeding edge. Orbit: A Journal of American Literature, 4(2). https://orbit.openlibhums.org/article/id/404/?_escaped_fragment (Links to an external site.)_=
Watch: Security Chaos Engineering • Kelly Shortridge, Aaron Rinehart & Mark Miller

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Would we respond in the same way to similar provocations today?

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, Navy, and/or Partisan leadership displayed in the film, as applicable. What kind of institutional structures bring out the best, or the worst, in the characters? Cite specific examples.
2 In what ways were the soldiers, seamen, airmen, marines, or partisans prepared or unprepared for the challenges they encountered, and why?
3: In your view, to what degree do the protagonists independently make decisions versus being overtaken by events and circumstances beyond their control?
4. With respect to patriotism, sacrifice, and courage, how have the respective Allies changed since then? Would we respond in the same way to similar provocations today? Why or why not?

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O 50 % part ii the academic argument and clarity

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, citations format in this class and context
im choosing topic 2 What is your clearly stated position on: is the feminists postmodernists approach to national security a useful tool to analyze national security? ( please see chapter 5 in our course textbook.) i will give access to my textbook.

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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).

“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 non-state actors is fine as long as one side of the conflict is a state government. 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).
“Paper is expected to be 1 — 2 pages long, and use standard 12 pt fonts (like Times New Roman) and 1” margins.”

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In a 2-4 page case study, identify the role of constitutions within europe.

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 some targets of terrorism in Europe and how can counter-terrorism strategies be implemented to mitigate these threats?
Use specific examples from our textbook. Your case study should be supported with proper APA formatted references.