Essay Cove

Essay Cove

video link: https://youtu.be/9WvoGlQ7zH8 1.  Do you agree with the speaker’s proposal to move our national election day to a weekend instead of Tuesday?  Why or why not? 2.  Why do you think the politicians that were interviewed did not know the answer to his question? 3.  Besides moving election day to the weekend, what else…

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Is humanitarian intervention legal?  Using this week’s class material on the settlement of disputes and use of force, Reflect on the legality of recent states’ practices of humanitarian intervention. What is humanitarian intervention? Can humanitarian intervention be justified? minimun word count 300 word for each question use evidence and cited 

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Produce a 2-3 page memo on the topic outlined below and to prepare a 5 minute presentation. Should be 12 point font, double-spaced, with 1 inch margin. The creation of the International Criminal Court in the late 1990s represents a watershed moment in the development of international authority over war crimes and large-scale atrocities. Despite…

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Go to the IAT website (Links to an external site.). Alternately, you can search for the “Implicit Association Test” using your search engine. Find the box on the left labeled “Project Implicit Social Attitudes.” You may want to proceed as a guest user rather than registering, so click “GO!” in the lower panel of the box,…

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Go to the IAT website (Links to an external site.). Alternately, you can search for the “Implicit Association Test” using your search engine. Find the box on the left labeled “Project Implicit Social Attitudes.” You may want to proceed as a guest user rather than registering, so click “GO!” in the lower panel of the box,…

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This is for a discussion pls.  One page. Discuss how the practice of democracy leads to antagonism, factions and how political antagonism results in pressure against democracy.  Explain the different antagonists to democracy, how they are formed and what results occur to accommodate them. 

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Over the last 20 years the United States as a nation has witnessed and waged war against various forms of what scholars have dubbed public health crisis. Through various administrations, state officials, and first responders the United States has answered the call through various policy initiatives, state mandates and public health declarations.  The fundamental aim…

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The Supreme Court is a very powerful institution in American Government.  Many people look at it as an entity that functions in a predictable manner.  Yet, in a very profound way, the Court is shaped by the human dynamic of who sits on the Court during any particular generation.  The Court decides cases by vote. …

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vulnerabilities are very similar when it comes to Nepal or any other similar developing countries. We already know a lot about different types of vulnerabilities from this course. I will try not to repeat myself. We can see from Dr. Cuadra’s video lecture that social vulnerabilities are easily distinguishable (Cuadra,2022). First of all, the population…

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Respond to 2 Peer responses  Peer #1  Question #1: What are the major differences between majoritarian and proportional electoral systems? A majoritarian electoral system is one in which candidates need to receive a majority of votes to be elected, whether it be in a runoff election or in a final round of voting. A proportional electoral…

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