?POL 100 Two Minute Speeches from The Economist

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As stated on the syllabus, each student will do 2 "two minute" speeches this term. This is an informative speech, the student will explain an international news article form The Economist. The speech will be due on Wednesday February 27,2019.

An outline of the speech is required. Please follow the following format for the outline. The speech is worth 100 points and 10% of your final grade. The outline is due at the time of the speech and no late outlines will be accepted.

POL 100 Fall 2018

Oral Presentation Outline

Please Note: During the term each student will be assigned 2 “Two Minute Speeches.”Before each speech each student will be required to turn in the following.

Topic of the Speech:

Opening Statement:

Three Main Points:

Concluding Statement:


*I am an international student and my first language is not English. Please do not use strong grammar*

Tutor Answer

School: Boston College

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Last Name 1
Your Name
Instructor Name
Course Number
Speech: Can the World Stop Genocide?
Topic of the Speech: Genocide
Opening Statement: After the Second World War, the world passed the Universal Declaration of
Human Rights and the Genocide Convention to no avail.
Three Main Points:

Ever since the concept of ‘genocide’ was created, the international community has seen
the rise of various genocidal actions in the world, including in Myanmar, Syria and

Despite being aware of the warning sides that lead to a genocide, nations rarely take
actions to prevent a genocide from occurring. Also rare is the criminalization of an
individual for their participation in a genocide.

Geopolitical relationships often play a part in the international community’s inaction
towards genocide and their victims.

Concluding Statement: It is imperative that the international community make the appropriate
changes to ensure that genocide is not only punished, but completely eradicated.
“Can the World Stop Genocide?” The Economist. The Economist Newspaper, Dec. 8 2018,

Last Name 2

An Unbreakable Cycle
After the Second World War, the world passed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
and the Genocide Convention with the hopes that it would set a precedent for nations around the
globe. Though these documents sought to create a future where crimes like torture, ...

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