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your assigned to talk about Saudi Arabia. and this mean you are in Saudi Arabia's side , you can use 3 web resources and i have posted a website that you need to use for this assignment and be one of the resources.

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UCOR-1600-17, FQ18: Country Report Assignment To help you prepare for the role-playing simulation towards the end of the quarter, please research and write a country report (7-10 double-spaced pages, excluding references or appendices). It is worth 100 points in total and will be weighted as 10% of your course grade (see the grading rubric below). As a backgrounder to busy diplomats and professionals, the country report offers an informational background summary and analysis in the following areas about “your country,” i.e., the country you are assigned to represent in the role-playing simulations from the list below:  Geography (e.g., territorial size, bordering countries, population, capital, natural resources, geographic regions, climate zones, major descriptive points, etc.);  Brief modern history (e.g., milestones in modern history, influential individuals/groups, war/armed conflict, etc.)  National symbol and icons (e.g., national anthem, flag, motto, heroes, cultural icons, food, etc.)  Economy (e.g., GDP, GDP per capita, major trading partners, major economic advantages and challenges, etc.)  Political system (e.g., form of government, president, prime minister, legislature, last elections, political parties, recent political development and upheavals, etc.);  Foreign policy orientations (e.g., priorities in foreign policy, traditional foreign policy stance or approach, major allies and rivals, etc.)  Membership in international organizations (e.g., membership or non-membership in key international organizations, key international treaties signed, ratified, or not ratified, roles in the United Nations);  A major news story in “your country” in the past month. Begin your country report with a proper title and a short introduction. Use subtitles or sections to organize the report. Fill in the textual information and insert tables and charts as appropriate under each section. Cite your sources of information and follow the formatting and citation guidelines on page 6 of the syllabus. Submit the complete report by 5 p.m., Wednesday, October 24th via Canvas. The late assignment policy applies, as detailed in the syllabus). UN Security Council Members: Country Bolivia China, People’s Republic – Permanent Member Kuwait Ethiopia France – Permanent Member Kazakhstan Netherlands Norway Peru Poland Russian Federation – Permanent Member Saudi Arabia Sweden United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – Permanent Member United States of America – Permanent Member Representative Hannah Reidel Chun Chiu Lo Tara King Goldman Daeshawn Wilson Jaimie Vital Jasci Ligsay Sabrina Nava Ben Graybael Aiden Ackerland Eugenio Sanchez Diya Manghnani Emad Nazier Cade Derry Holly Mandziak Noah Creighton Non-Security Council Members: Country Brazil Israel Japan Singapore Representative Ha'aheo Auwae-Dekker Matt Levy Destiny McAtee Lillian Le Country Report Grading Rubric Criterion I. Content A (18-20) B (16-18) C (14-16) D (12-14) F (<12) Only a few facts in the six components are report accurately. Many sources used for quotes & facts are less credible or are not properly cited. No facts are reported OR most are inaccurately reported. No record of any source OR the sources used for quotes & facts are not credible for academic learning. All facts in the six components are reported accurately. Almost all facts in the six components are reported accurately. Most facts in the six components are reported accurately. All sources used for quotes & facts are credible, largely from academic journals, books & databases. All are properly cited. Most sources used for quotes & facts are credible, largely from academic journals, books & databases. Most are properly cited. Most sources used for quotes & facts are not from academic journals, books & databases. But they are properly cited. Subsidiary points/details are logically & coherently connected to the main point. Paragraphs & transitions are clear & apt. Subsidiary points/details are not well-connected to the central point. Paragraphs & transitions are apparent though not always clear or apt. Subsidiary points seem randomly arrayed. Paragraphs lack coherence & transitions are unclear or awkward. Many details are not in a logical order, tend to be merely narration or summary, & wander from one topic to another. No development of subsidiary points. No transitions. Incoherent paragraphs. Grammar No errors in word selection & use, grammar, spelling, or punctuation that distract readers from the content. 3-5 errors in word selection & use, grammar, spelling, or punctuation that distract readers from the content. 6-10 errors in word selection & use, grammar, spelling, or punctuation that distract readers from the content. Serious & pervasive errors in wording, grammar, spelling, or punctuation. Formatting & Style Follow the formatting & citation guidelines throughout the paper; use of a proper title; within the page limit. Follow the formatting & citation guidelines in most part of the paper; use of a proper title; within the page limit. Follow the formatting & citation guidelines sporadically; use of a title; too short or too long. More than 10 errors in word selection & use, grammar, spelling, or punctuation that distract readers from the content. Doesn’t follow the formatting & citation guidelines; no title; too short or too long. Factual Accuracy Source Credibility II. Organization Sequencin g & Clarity III. Style Name: Comments: Not typed; not formatted; no title. Paper Grade = Score ...
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