Essay Instructions: Please write clear and strong thesis statement (Not too long). Please highlightend it.
Why North Korea keep provoke and make high tense to US, South Korea and Japan by Nuclear weapons, Launching Missiles, Mass Media, and Opposed Foreign policy? (Essential reason for this.)
Please make strong thesis statement. (With Question in Introduction----(Investigate)------> Conclusion (Answer))
Paper level should be between Doctoral and Master level. And it should be very concrete and specific.
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Essay Instructions: Actually, this is Film Review Paper.
This film is called, " Inside of North Korea" by National Geographic. It is 46 mins long film.
This is the film's website:
This film review should be:
Please identify an important theme(s) from the movie which is related to North Korea's politics, economics, international relations and other aspects. Then, you have to relate the readings (I uploaded 3 readings) you do to the review. Please develop your specific and concrete thoughts on the theme. Don't need any outside citations. just use 3 readings what I uploaded.
4-5 pages, 11 Fonts, Times New Roman, double or 1.5 spaced.
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Essay Instructions: Prepare a paper that evaluates how the national security affairs of North Korea can influence and/or affect U.S. military involvement.
This assignment MUST address the main points described below:
(1) Attention step. Get and keep the reader attention with an interesting (and little known) fact about North Korea.
(2) Motivation step. Make readers understand why it's important they understand, retain, and be able to communicate to others the country you're writing about.
(3) Overview step. Overview of main points in the order presented in essay.
Main point (1) Background Information: states the country's background information and answers the following questions as sub-points:
(a) Basic geographical information, products, resources, imports/exports, etc.
(b) Are its people content? How is this disposition evident?
(c) Do its people value tradition, progress, or both? How do they demonstrate this?
(d) Is there technological, economic, political, or cultural progress occurring? In what ways do they show this?
Make sure to transition from one paragraph to the next. Closes out main point (1) and set up main point (2).
Main point (2) Government: states the country's form of government (democracy, capitalism, Marxism, socialism, fascism, monarchy, theocracy, communism, autocracy) and answers the following questions as sub-points:
(a) In what ways does the country's current form of government have support of its people?
(b) How does the current government demonstrate stability or what leads you to believe it's unstable?
(c) In what ways does this country support or oppose our national strategy?
Make sure to transition from one paragraph to the next. Closes out main point (2) and sets up main point (3).
(3) Main point (3) Strategic Importance: states the country's strategic interest to the U.S. in geographic, political, economic, and military terms and answers the following questions as sub-points:
(a) What are the country's strong and weak areas?
(b) Which are its greatest strengths?
(c) Which are its greatest weaknesses?
Make sure to transition from one paragraph to the next. Closes out main point (3) and sets up main point (4).
(4) Main point (4) Future Direction: state opinion on what the future holds for the country and the direction it will take concerning military strategy (revolutionary war, terrorism, cold war, limited war, and/or general war) and answers the following questions as sub-points:
(a) Is the country currently participating in armed conflict or "peace keeping" mission? If so, where?
(b) If the country is participating in an armed conflict, who are the major players?
(c) What (if any) is the U.S. strategy with respect to the conflict?
(d) What (if any) threat does this country represent to the U.S.? What is the nature of this threat and how do you think the U.S. would counter it?
(1) Summary step. Summarize main points in the order they were presented. Similar to the overview, but not verbatim.
(2) Remotivation step. Reaffirm why it's important understand, retain, and be able to communicate the gist of your presentation to those we lead.
(3) Closing step. End with a thought provoking question, quote, answer the question asked in the introduction, or use some other device to stimulate thought about your topic and intrigue the reader's interest.
Format: One-inch margins, title centered on first page, Courier New, 12 pt font
Six double-spaced pages (max), page numbers on succeeding pages in Courier New, 12 pt font, and avoid passive voice.
These are just a few available sites which provide comprehensive country information:
http://state.gov US Department of State
http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook World Factbook
http://executiveplanet.com/ Executive Planet
http://trade.gov/td/tic/ U.S. Department of Commerce
Other resource material may be used as well.
If there are any questions regarding this assignment please contact me immediately.
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Essay Instructions: 1)A written statement about a contemporary foreign policy issue facing the United States in foreign policy.
2)NOT a RESEARCH paper, THIS IS AN ESSAY on where, in the student's view, American foreign policy should be going with respect to that issue.
3) I would like to write about North Korea problem these days.
4) I can use a critiques to back up my opinions.
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