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Please answer all three questions below in a paragraph format by listing the number followed by your answer. I recommend using the MEAL plan to organize your paragraphs. For more information, please check out this link. Please cite your sources using the reference list format within the Turabian citation style. Your submission should be no more than 2 pages in length. 1. Explain what Zewei's article from the week 4 reading was all about. Be sure to identify the thesis and conclusions. 2. What are the main ideas in Steinberg’s article? 3. Based on the Cragg, Arnold, and Muchlinski article from week 5, when and why did "business and human rights" become an international topic? What explains the delay? Rubric Criteria Purpose/Audience (Answers Question?) Topic Sentence and Support Organization of paragraph (MEAL) Style Mechanics Total 16-20 15-11 6-10 0-5 Total ...
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Article Review

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The main ideas in Steinberg’s article are based on a discussion of Non-governmental
organizations. The paper basically discusses the influence that these organizations have on the
world at large regarding their political methods of effecting change in the society. Notably, there
are numerous NGO’s in the world. As such, with their soft application of power, they can have
great impact. As indicated by Steinberg (n.d.), their influence is their ability to offer expertise in
certain areas.
According to Steinberg (n.d.), powerful NGOs work together to impress their change in
the world. He has given examples in the article such as the Amnesty International, the
Internatio...

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