Part 1. will consist of the first three pages and should be approximately 750 words.
Do the reading in resources before assisting with this assignment. Essay should reflect what’s learned from the readings, it should NOT be in the style of a journal or diary entry.
See the attached grading rubric for the standards against which assignment will be judged.
Disagreement is fine, even encouraged, but be respectful in all of your communication.
After reading the articles and watching the video (copy and paste the link below), what are your thoughts on lying
in international relations? Do you agree that lying
sometimes "makes good sense" and is "a useful tool of statecraft?" Why or why not?
Part 2.-this will be the forth page and is separate from part one.
Using examples from the news or professional experience, explain the differences between EEO and Affirmative Action and their implications for hiring procedures in the public and non-profit sectors.
What are some ways an organization can address EEO and affirmative issues beyond their hiring practices?
With the rapid change of demographics within the workforce where the "minority" may soon become the "majority,” what do you propose the future holds as far as affirmative action?
Tittle pages are not required.
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Klitgaard, R. (1998). International cooperation against corruption. Finance and Development.
(35:1). Pro-Quest. 3-6.
Lektzian, D. & Sova, M. (2001). Institutions and international cooperation: an event history analysis of the effects of economic sanctions. The Journal of Conflict Resolution. (45:1). ProQuest Central. 61-79.
UChicago. (2012, March 1). Why leaders lie: the truth about lying in international politics.
Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPe5f5dcrGE
Urpelainen, J. (2011). Early birds: special interests and the strategic logic of international cooperation. Rev. Int. Organ. (6). 113-40.