The Causes of War Answer – Essay question: What are the implications of the norm of the \’Responsibility to Protect\’ on state sovereignty? http://www.un.org/en/preventgenocide/adviser/responsibility.shtmlhttp://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/58437/gareth-evans-and-mohamed-sahnoun/the-responsibility-to-protect State sovereignty should be defined as the typical \’Westphalian sovereignty\’ (refer to the Peace of Westphalia and the definition of sovereignty in general). No more than 2,000 words long (including footnotes but excluding bibliography). Formal essay with introductory paragraph with a thesis statement, body paragraphs with ideas and supporting evidence, and a conclusion. Diction should be careful, clear, and intellectual-sounding. The lecture given with related information to this subject was titled \”War and the Transformation of the InternationalSystem: From the end of the Cold War to the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ [R2P]\”. Sources must include at least two of the following: >United Nations, Office of the Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, ‘The Responsibility to Protect’, *http://www.un.org/en/preventgenocide/adviser/responsibility.shtml >‘The Responsibility to Protect’, Report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty.http://responsibilitytoprotect.org/ICISS%20Report.pdf >*David Fisher, Morality and War Can War be Just in the Twenty-first Century, Oxford University Press, PB 2012, 191-242. >*Rt Hon Tony Blair, Doctrine of the InternationalCommunity, 24 April 1999,http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/www.number10.gov.uk/Page1297>Nicholas Wheeler, Saving Strangers: Humanitarian Intervention in International Society, Oxford University Press 2002. >*Lawrence Freedman, Ukraine and the Art of Crisis Management, Survival: Global Politics and Strategy June–July 2014, 56, 3, 7-42. >*John Lewis Gaddis,International Relations Theory and the End of the Cold War,International Security Volume 17, Number 3, Winter 1992/93 5-58. Quote! Use quotes from the sources as supporting evidence in the essay, please.
Miscellaneous: MLA or APA format (1” margins, 12 pt. font, heading or title page, page numbers or running head, etc.). The paper should adhere to the style guidelines for the style that you are writing in.
The paper should be 6-8 pages in length, and must use a minimum of 6 secondary (and scholarly) sources. Your sources must adhere to the following parameters:
• Websites must be an .edu or .gov, unless approved by instructor.
• At least two of your sources must be academic articles from a peer-reviewed journal.
• At least one of your sources should be a newspaper/magazine article.
Your paper must include either a Works Cited (MLA) or References (APA) page which will not be included in the requirement for length.
NOTE: There will be an automatic 10 point (1 letter grade) deduction for any paper that does not meet the minimum length requirement of 6 (FULL) pages.
Proposal Paper (Arguing to Persuade)
This paper is different than the position paper in that it asks the reader to do something, and it advocates a change or solution of some kind. In this type of argument, appeals to ethos, logos, and pathos are crucial to success. This paper must carefully analyze and define a problem related to the topic and then proposes a solution, and as a matter of fact, this paper must communicate the need for a change or solution. This paper will utilize both claims (statements you will defend) and reasons why your audience will want to take the actions you propose or endorse. You will want to offer support (research) for each reason. In other words, in this paper you will: 1) make a claim, which is what you would like your readers to do; 2) offer a reason(s) why; and 3) provide evidence to support your reasons. Remember, in order to be credible, you need to acknowledge opposing opinions, so the naysayer should be planted in your paper as well. A well-crafted persuasive argument will, however, refute the negative counterarguments.
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