International Relations Essays

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Write an outline for each essay topic, then write a 500-750 words essay of each topic.

1. WWII and its results led to changes in two significant areas of IR -- the rise of human rights, and the creation of global IPE institutions such as the IMF and the World Bank. Explain how the results of this war created these changes.

2. Advances in women's rights across countries have met with considerable resistance, compared to other human rights issues such as protecting refugees. Why is this? Explain, and contrast the two issues in your answer.

3. Contrast the reasons for open trade with the reasons for strategic trade, and answer the following question: which set of ideas appears to be better accepted and practiced by countries in today's world?

I'll be provide some powerpoint lectures that talks about War, IPE, and Human Rights (once I choose a tutor). Please use these powerpoints to help write the essays.

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International Relations Essays – outline
The rise of human rights and creation of global IPE as an effect of World War II discusses:
✓ Relationship between human rights and World War II
✓ Parties involved in enforcement of human rights
✓ Formation and roles of IPEs
Comparison and Justification of Resistance of Women’s Rights with Protecting Refugees
✓ Factors that prevent the realization of equality in terms of human rights
✓ Reasons why protection of refugees is given preference
✓ Effects that the advocacy of women’s rights could achieve
Current Practice and Contrast of Open and strategic Trade discusses:
✓ The concept of open trade
✓ Reasons for open trade
✓ The concept of strategic trade
✓ Reasons for strategic trade
✓ Preferred trade type in the current age
✓ Recommends implantation of human and particularly women’s rights
✓ Role of IGOs in trade and modernization

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International Relations Essays
The rise of human rights and creation of global IPE as an effect of World War II
Human rights were rarely addressed before WWII and the only interested party that cared
was the non-governmental sector. During the period, most intergovernmental organizations and
states that advocate for human rights today alienated themselves from the matter and focused on
collective security (Morten and McNeill 25). However, the catastrophic war resulted in
significant hardship and ‘’united’’ many troubled states. Transitioning from the League of
Nations to the United Nations, conventions saw the formation of the Universal Declaration of
Human Rights (Morten and McNeill 42). The declaration safeguarded economic, civil, sociocultural and political rights of citizens of the member states. Despite political and civic
challenges in some states, the United Nations’ dedication is evident. In conjunction with NGOs
and IGOs, they create awareness and oversee the enforcement of human rights.
Colonies experienced a positive aftermath of the war and human rights enforcement.
They started experiencing partial independence since their oppressors were unable to supply
them with economic commodities (Morten and McNeill 44). As a result, capitalism rose to
ensure post-colonial states’ economies and politics. To propel capitalism, the World Bank was
formed to provide structured funding to kickstart development in the countries. In addition, the
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