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academic misconduct. You will fail the course. The rule of thumb is, if you didn't write it, cite it. If the idea is not yours, you should include a citation. If you have any doubts, contact one of us. Feel free to post questions about the assignments on the discussion boards. Again, it is likely someone else has the same question. Note: All articles referenced in these assignments can be found in the Assignment Readings folder, under the “Assignments and Lectures” tab on [email protected] Assignment 1: The Courts and American Foreign Policy (15%) [Due June 28] Read the article by Noah Feldman on the Supreme Court and its increasing role in international relations and foreign policy. Write a 4-5 page (double-spaced) analysis that answers the following questions: 1) Are the powers of the courts in foreign policy as significant as the powers of Congress? 2) In your opinion, what are the 2 most important areas in which the courts have become active with regard to foreign policy? 3) Do you think it is acceptable for courts to play an increasing role in American foreign policy? Why or why not?
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Assignment 2: Article Review (10%) [Due July 10] Choose an article, found in the “Articles for Review” folder on [email protected], and write a 3-4 page (double-spaced) review of the article. Include a brief summary of the paper (no more than 1/3 of your summary). Your analysis should either question the assumptions, evidence, or conclusion of the article (or some of each).
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  • Spring '08
  • HOLM
  • International Relations, Foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration, Foreign policy of the United States

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