International Relations

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For this assignment, please write a 500-600 words in length, double-spaced, essay on a current event related to international relations. Be sure to apply at least one theoretical perspective to it and articulate the level(s) of analysis you're using and to demonstrate your understanding of at least five international relations terms (e.g. like the ones discussed on the Week 1 forum). Your essay should be insightful and demonstrate your critical thinking on the topic.

In your introductory paragraph, introduce the current event, theoretical perspective, level(s) of analysis and terms you're going to discuss. End the paragraph with your thesis statement. Please look back a the directions regarding an introduction under Progress Assignment 2 tab. Also, please, please, please look over the comments which came along with your grade for Progress Assignment 2.

The same logic applies here to the introduction: inform the reader briefly what event will be the focus of your essay, what theoretical approach and level of analysis will you use to explain it, and what theoretical concepts are you using for your critical assessment. Throughout the essay, then, follow the outline you provided in your introductory paragraph. Conclude your essay with two or three main points with which you want to leave your reader. PLEASE define and explain the concepts and the theories before you apply them.

Your submission should be free from errors and demonstrate your knowledge on the topics you discussed. Exclusive use of the course materials is required for the content knowledge and analysis. Please upload your work as a .doc or .docx file.

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School: UC Berkeley




International Relations
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International Relations the Korean Peninsula
The world was shocked by the sudden arranged meeting between the President of the
United States and the President of North Korea. The shock emanates from security threats posed
by North Korea in the Korean Peninsula over its nuclear program. North Korea was developing
long-range nuclear weapons that threaten peace and security in the world. The long-range arms
race towards nuclear capacity is a global nightmare. Other countries determined to develop
nuclear weapons are China, Pakistan and India. North Korea was testing nuclear weapons
creating anxiety and tension in the Korean Peninsula.
The sudden diplomatic charm of the United States to meet the President of North Korea
surprised the world. Because of mistrust the meeting between President Donald Trump and Kim
Jung Un occurred in Singapore a country considered neutral by both countries. The United States
a superpower had several possible options to deter North Korea from continued arms race
towards developing nuclear capacity. First, the United States could have thr...

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