After reading the assigned chapters (Chapters 24, 25, 27, 29, 31, & 32), answer
After reading the assigned chapters (Chapters 24, 25, 27, 29, 31, & 32), answer two of the following questions. Then, reply to three classmates' threads.Questions:How has globalization affected environmental change? What does regime theory tell us about global environmental cooperation? How might the idea of ‘common but differentiated responsibilities’ in relation to climate change be viewed differently by the different international relations theories? What would realists argue that this demonstrates in comparison to what a liberal might argue? What is the history of terrorism? Why should we learn about it? What are the five areas in which globalization has improved the capabilities of terrorist groups? What are the limitations? Is nationalism a cause or consequence of the nation-state? What role did nationalism play in forming nation-states? What kind of nation-states? What was the relationship between nationalism and decolonization in the twentieth century? How do processes of globalization change our conceptions of nationalism? Also, does nationalism help or hinder international order? Why has IR traditionally omitted concerns of poverty, development, and hunger? What might be a Marxist or dependency theory account of the causes of poverty? Do you agree? What does the concept of the ‘global South’ add to our understanding? What are the implications of uneven development for theoretical approaches to IR and IPE, particularly world systems theory? Have institutions associated with structural adjustment policies been more of a success or failure? What theoretical assumptions motivate your answer? Which theory of international politics best accounts for the emergence of an international human rights regime? How do Liberalism, Marxism, Realism, and Social constructivism explain the concept of human rights in world politics? With reference to the chapter, assess the multilateral, bilateral and NGO human rights regimes. Which do you find most convincing and why? Why do states intervene in some humanitarian crises and not others? Outline the key objections to legitimizing humanitarian intervention. What are the responses to these objections? How sound are the arguments on both sides? What are the strengths and weaknesses of non-forcible humanitarian intervention approach? Does it offer a ‘third option’? How might the rules of international law and the institutions that uphold them (i.e., the UN), be reformed to prevent the horrors of Rwanda and other similar tragedies Threaded Discussion Requirements: You are required to answer two of my questions, thus starting two new discussion threads for other students to reply. Each answer to my questions should be in at least 300 words, totaling 600 words for both answers.Greetings or compliments will not be counted toward the length requirement of each thread. Each answer should be posted separately.Thus, you should have two separate threads for each discussion. Both answers to my questions should be posted by no later than Friday of the discussion week.This is done to provide you sufficient time to reply to your classmates' answers. You are required to use the textbook as the primary course of information.External source may be used to enrich your responses; however, such use should be secondary. Your answers should demonstrate to me that you have both engaged and critically thought about the readings. You are required to reply to at least three other students’ discussion threads.Each reply to your classmates’ threads should be in at least 100 words, totaling at least 300 words for all three replies.Each reply should be substantial and discuss related ideas or concepts Greetings or compliments will not be counted toward the length requirement of each thread or reply. You are required to provide in-text citations and references in the 6th edition of the APA writing format. In-text citations for the textbooks or any other source of information should include (1) the author last name(s), (2) publication year, and (3) page number (s)., i.e. (Baylis, Smith, & Owens, 2014, p. 37). See the videos below for additional help with the 6th edition of the APA format.Click HERE for help with APA in-text citations and references. See also the video below. Click HERE for Three Most Common Mistakes Students Make with APA Format Click HERE for Help with Quoting and Paraphrasing Click HERE for Help with How To Reference a Webpage Plagiarism will not be tolerated. I will frequently put suspicious discussions through Turnitin. Students with plagiarized discussions will automatically receive a failing grade (FF) for the course. Use the following Grading Rubric for guidance with your discussion.90-10080-8970-7960-69Below 60The discussion does everything in the B, and it shows a synthesis of the topic with the concepts from international relations.The discussion does everything in the C but includes original evaluation of the material and makes nearly all of the main points from the course material.The discussion is organized, references course material, and includes well-thought ideas.The discussion addresses all the assignment questions/topics.The discussion provides in-text citations and referencesSome thoughts are related to the topic and some course material is mentioned or alluded to. There appears to be an attempt at structure and organization.The discussion does not address all the assignment questions/topics.The discussion is missing in-text citations and/or references.The discussion shows little effort, poor organization, and no incorporation of course material. Thoughts are incomplete and not always relevant to the topic.The discussion does not address the assignment questions/topics.The discussion misses in-text citations and/or references. Requirements: 600 words 300 each questions answered

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