-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