master degree essay , course name -THE US AND EU .CULTURAL,POLITICAL AND LEGAL DIFFERENCES IN APPROACH TO MODERNITY

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Your paper has to meet all formal standards as presented in ‘IR Essay Writing Standard’ and Thesis Manual available on student resources (zasoby) under course1 and course 2. These include:

  • Requirements relating to a scholarly paper, such as providing evidence that supports your theses, statements and claims, as well as proper referencing. Bibliography should have a sufficient number of academic sources (at least 10 for papers of 1500 words and 20 for 2500 or more words)
  • Editing rules: title page; font, Times New Roman 12; margins, 2,5 cm; double space between verses; italics for book/periodical titles; single quotation marks, etc. The paper must be logically structured (introduction; the main body subdivided into paragraphs; conclusions) and meet the minimum language standards.
  • Plagiarism: be aware that anything copied without quotation marks and references is treated as plagiarism

List of topics:

  1. Critically evaluate the different axiological assumptions of the European Union and the United States in their response to the immigration crisis.
  1. Assess the ideological assumptions of the EU’s and the US’ approaches to their historical past and their influence onto the contemporary policies by providing relevant examples.
  1. Appraise the European Union as a federal state from the perspective of its historical origins, ideological assumptions and critical assessment of the project.
  1. Explain the different assumptions of the European Union as the first post-political project and the American defense of a political nation state. Provide a critical assessment of their consequences.
  1. Explain (by means of a critical assessment) the differences between the American and the European Enlightenments and their consequences for the present day disagreements between the EU and the US.
  1. The original European integration project of the 40’s and the 50’s and its modifications by the post-1968 elites – critically evaluate similarities and differences and their political, economic and cultural consequences.
  1. Critically evaluate the post-colonial model of development (core vs. periphery) as applied to the internal evolution of the European Union at the turn of the 21st century.
  2. ALL THE REQUIRMENTS ARE GIVEN BELOW BELOW IN THE FILE ....3500 WORDS ,20 REFERNCES ,ALL HARVARD STYLE ESSAY FORMAT AND HARVARD STYLE REFERNCES.EDITING RULES ARE MENTIONED

The United States and the European Union: Cultural, Political and Legal Differences in Approach to Modernity (US_EU) Prof. Andrzej Bryk Sem III, Fall 2017 level VII Written assignment for the class The United States and the European Union: Cultural, Political and Legal Differences in Approach to Modernity (US_EU) (60% of the final mark) Requirements: students are required to write a paper of around 3500 words on one of the topics provided in the list below. The paper should have the form of a scholarly paper, with evidence, notes, bibliography if appropriate. Evidence & Format Your paper has to meet all formal standards as presented in ‘IR Essay Writing Standard’ and Thesis Manual available on student resources (zasoby) under course1 and course 2. These include: • Requirements relating to a scholarly paper, such as providing evidence that supports your theses, statements and claims, as well as proper referencing. Bibliography should have a sufficient number of academic sources (at least 10 for papers of 1500 words and 20 for 2500 or more words) • Editing rules: title page; font, Times New Roman 12; margins, 2,5 cm; double space between verses; italics for book/periodical titles; single quotation marks, etc. The paper must be logically structured (introduction; the main body subdivided into paragraphs; conclusions) and meet the minimum language standards. • Plagiarism: be aware that anything copied without quotation marks and references is treated as plagiarism Digital and printed copies Your paper has to be submitted in two versions, printed and digital. The printed version must be stapled (handwritten papers will be dismissed). The digital version is to be in the Word format (no pdf). The docs should have a name that include: (1) student’s last name and ID, (2) an abbreviated name of the module and of (3) the title of your paper. For example, tkachuk_1000_US_EU_TitlePaper. Papers which do not meet the standards above will be dismissed. Deadline (means deadline!) The paper must be delivered by the deadline as indicated below. Failure to deliver any version (digital and printed) on time will lower your mark by 5% per day. If the delay is longer than 6 days, your paper gets 0 point and you will have to submit it as a re-sit paper. Marking scheme 20% each for: (1) for the quality of writing; (2) use of evidence; (3) quality of argument and analysis; (4) context and facts; and (5) for use of references and citations. See below the table of assessment criteria for details. PAPER DUE date is January 17, 2017; paper version should be submitted by the end of our class or delay penalty will apply on that day; electronic version can be emailed by 12:00 midnight. Re-sit exam A student who fails a paper (mark below 35% and the total for the coursework below 40%) writes a new paper on a different topic. This will be a re-sit for a paper assignment. The paper must meet all the criteria and requirements as described above. The deadline is any time prior to the scheduled re-sit examination. List of topics: 1. Critically evaluate the different axiological assumptions of the European Union and the United States in their response to the immigration crisis. 2. Assess the ideological assumptions of the EU’s and the US’ approaches to their historical past and their influence onto the contemporary policies by providing relevant examples. 3. Appraise the European Union as a federal state from the perspective of its historical origins, ideological assumptions and critical assessment of the project. 4. Explain the different assumptions of the European Union as the first post-political project and the American defense of a political nation state. Provide a critical assessment of their consequences. 5. Explain (by means of a critical assessment) the differences between the American and the European Enlightenments and their consequences for the present day disagreements between the EU and the US. 6. The original European integration project of the 40’s and the 50’s and its modifications by the post-1968 elites – critically evaluate similarities and differences and their political, economic and cultural consequences. 7. Critically evaluate the post-colonial model of development (core vs. periphery) as applied to the internal evolution of the European Union at the turn of the 21st century. The paper is assessed according to the following criteria: 0-4 % Very poor, problems with grammar, structure and coherence Poor use of sources, quotes not relevant; do not advance or support the argument 5-9 % Weak, problems with paragraphs and structure 10-14 % Sufficient, understandable with slight mistakes 15-17 % Very good 18-20 % Excellent, publishable Weak use of sources; ineffective use of quotes; weak and/or ineffective paraphrasing Sources used are relevant, quotes and paraphrasing support the argument Outstanding, well documented, very good use of quotes and effective paraphrasing Quality of argument and analysis Poor, no clear arguments, confusing; no attempt at analysis Context and factual issue Very poor in terms of facts and context; descriptive, not supporting analysis Sufficient arguments, some small problems in either clarity or effectiveness Sufficient use of the material with only slight errors of fact; supportive of argument Effective use of the material with no factual errors; context supports argument Complete understanding of the material, with no factual errors References, citations and bibliography Very poor, not properly done Weak; arguments used rather ineffectively; little attempt at analysis Weak in terms of use of context; often descriptive; does not support or advance argument Rather weak, clear errors in style and form Very good use of quotes and effective paraphrasing , sources advance the argument being made Clear. effective analysis, with little or no problems with clarity No errors in form or use Excellent and effective; references advance arguments Quality of writing Use of evidence Additional remarks: Adequately done with minor errors Outstanding, very clear and very persuasive

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IMMIGRATION CRISIS 1

IMMIGRATION CRISIS
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IMMIGRATION CRISIS 2
Introduction
Since long time ago individuals have moved from one place to another. Individuals have
different reasons for reaching the European shores, and they also use various channels. Individuals
looking for the legal ways but at the same time put their lives at risk to run away from the
oppression, fights, and poverty. Some seek to unite with their families; others seek
entrepreneurship and education. In the recent past, the European Union has experienced a large
number of refugees and immigrants (Geddes, and Scholten 2016). Approximately one million
individuals arrived in Europe, a majority of these immigrants running from war and terror
especially in their countries.
The European Union has agreed on specific measures to deal with the crisis. These include
ways to resolve the causes as well as increasing help to individuals who require humanitarian
support both inside and outside the European Union. There are several ways the EU wants to
relocate the asylum seekers who are already in Europe, resettling the needy individuals from
neighboring countries and return those who do not qualify for asylum (Peers 2016). The EU is
coming up with better measures to improve security at the borders, tackling immigrant smuggling,
and providing people with ways to legally enter the European Union.
Majority of individuals who require international protection are coming to the European in
need of asylum. Individuals who flee their homes and cannot return due to fear of persecution or
risk of suffering serious harm. The European Union has legal and moral rights to protect the needy.
The countries of the European Union are responsible for checking and confirming asylum
application and making a decision on whom to receive the protection (Schapendonk, and Steel
2014). Specifically, the commission is working continuously to ensure that the necessary child

IMMIGRATION CRISIS 3
protection measures are taken. This has become a cause of concern mainly because the number of
children in immigration especially those who are not accompanied is increasing. Due to their
vulnerability, these children require particular attention.
Not everyone who goes to Europe requires special attention. Majority of the people leave
their homes to improve their lives. These individuals are called economic immigrants. If these
individuals lack a legal protection claim, then the government has the right to make sure that they
return to their motherland country or to the state through which they passed. Thousands of people
have died in an attempt to reach the European Union (Lutz, 2016). Majority of the people of the
immigrants and refugees have paid criminal gangs and people smugglers to cross the borders.
When these individuals are provided with food, water, and shelter, some of the European Union
strain their resources. This is particular in the case in Greece and Italy whereby most of the
immigrants have to first arrive in the European Union.
The European Union for the past twenty years has placed some of the common asylum
standards in the world. Over the last two years, the European immigration policy has made
advancements because the agenda on immigration that was proposed by the European Commission
in the year 2015 is implemented. The European Union has increased ways to carry out rescue
operations and to deal with criminal networks, especially in the Mediterranean. Through tripling
the available resources most lives have been saved, and a majority of the traffickers and smugglers
have been caught.
The European Union is tackling the issue of immigration by working closely with five
countries which include Senegal, Nigeria, Niger, Mali, and Ethiopia. For instance, the European
Union through cooperating with Niger is helping in the reduction of transit flow through the Sahara

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with the EU giving support to transit zones and six immigrant centers for immigrants who are
vulnerable. Also, hands-on European Union support on the ground, aiding in dealing with human
trafficking, and smuggling.
The Turkey statement in the year 2016 aimed to stop the uncontrolled movement of
immigrants across the Aegean Sea and also provide the proper methods for refugees to enter
Europe. This effect has resulted in the reduction of the number of immigrants coming from Turkey
(Lazaridis, 2016). The European Union with turkey have come to the agreement that immigrants

were arriving on the Greek islands from Turkey who don’t make applications for asylum, or those
immigrants whose application have not been approved may go back to their country. For each
Syrian citizen returned to Turkey after irregular crossing, the European Union will take in a Syrian
from Turkey who has not sought to take this journey in a manner that is irregular.
The European Union has offered support to Italy and Greece for the setting up of hotspots
to aid the authorities in these countries to better deal with ...

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