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-my class is the internatioanl forum class that invites a speaker to speech about current international issues.
-Speaker was Zach Dorfman who is senior editor of Ethics & International Affairs, the journal of Carnegie Council. // topic :  "The (Intellectual) Omnivore's Dilemma: Navigating the IR World as a Generalist in a World of Specialization"
-Writing college level
-550 words essay (no more than 550words) 
-you should read and use all three attachments that I've posted 
-consists of a title,  introduction with thesis (what is politics? what is power in terms of politics? politics in international relations ?etc.) 3-4 body parts (each for one question) and conclusion 
-no vague, unclear argument. Please be specific! 
-do not use other sources besides sources that I've posted
-need to add in-text citation; form: (author's last name year: pg#) -> e.g : (Lafayette 2011: 3)
-answer the all following questions:   
-what do you think the United States should do with its unparalleled military and economic power?
-What should the US do regarding nuclear weapons and refugees? *
-how have your views on foreign policy been formed?
-How reliant on media companies are you for information about US foreign policy, and if you feel overreliant on them, how might you develop a more diverse set of information sources?  (please write down your specific opinion) 

*#2: The speaker focused on the realistic perspective (realism); our expense on nuclear is a fundamental feature of life and monopoly power. 
he said that today nuclear weapon is strength and domestic power. US. Russia, China n.Korea, Israel etc, have nuclear weapons - > securitization dilemma (raise military power to secure the nation, less security) . He also talked about in what ways the US justified the attacks on Nagasaki or Hiroshima in the past? why suffering the world? all attacks are idealistic U.S policies? 
*#4: he gave the media biases on 9/11 attack 

Additional Readings for Zach Dorfman: _r=0
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HARPER’S MAGAZINE/MARCH 2016 $6.99 u u Rebecca Solnit Visits Death Row Safe Spaces and Campus Protest Annie Dillard Reads Her Mail AMERICA’S BEST IDEA In defense of our public universities BY MARILYNNE ROBINSON u THE FEDERAL AGENCY THAT KILLS BALD EAGLES BY CHRISTOPHER KETCHAM DRONE WAR! VEGANS VS. HUNTERS BY JAY KIRK
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ESSAY 29 R alph Waldo Emerson’s lecture “The American Scholar,” which he delivered in 1837, implicitly raises radical questions about the nature of education, culture, and con- sciousness, and about their interactions. He urges his hearers to make the New World as new as it ought to be, urges his audience to outlive the constraints that colonial experi- ence imposed on them and to create the cul- ture that would arise from the full and honest use of their own intellects, minds, and senses. Any speaker might say the same to any audi- ence. Every generation is in effect colonized by its assumptions, and also by the things it re- veres. The future, in American experience, has always implied inevitable departure from the ESSAY SAVE OUR PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES In defense of America’s best idea By Marilynne Robinson Marilynne Robinson is the author, most recently, of Lila, a novel, and The Givenness of Things, a collection of essays. Illustrations by Lincoln Agnew
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