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Choose either pakistan for a discussion about the nature and ramifications of the security challenges the country faces, as well as the implications these have for the international community.

Choose either Pakistan for a discussion about the nature and ramifications of the security challenges the country faces, as well as the implications these have for the international community.
**read the article and answer the instruction.

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Choose either pakistan for a discussion about the nature and ramifications of the security challenges the country faces, as well as the implications these have for the international community.

Choose either Pakistan for a discussion about the nature and ramifications of the security challenges the country faces, as well as the implications these have for the international community.
**read the article and answer the instruction.

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When you have settled on your topic, create an annotated bibliography with at least 5 sources.

We are doing a TED talk in a week, but before I make the Ted Talk I need to make an annotated bibliography.
When you have settled on your topic, create an annotated bibliography with at least 5 sources. Your annotations should be 2-4 sentences long and explain the main ideas, arguments, and/or evidence of the sources. You can also use sources from the course, but I want you to have at least 5 sources from outside of the course.
Please also include a potential title for your talk and include your name on what you turn in.
Needs to be very reliable sources.

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When you have settled on your topic, create an annotated bibliography with at least 5 sources.

We are doing a TED talk in a week, but before I make the Ted Talk I need to make an annotated bibliography.
When you have settled on your topic, create an annotated bibliography with at least 5 sources. Your annotations should be 2-4 sentences long and explain the main ideas, arguments, and/or evidence of the sources. You can also use sources from the course, but I want you to have at least 5 sources from outside of the course.
Please also include a potential title for your talk and include your name on what you turn in.
Needs to be very reliable sources.

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How is the essay response which you have prepared for part i (“in this present era of globalisation, state sovereignty is dead.”)

For Part II of your assignment, respond to the following question:
How is the essay response which you have prepared for Part I (“In this present era of globalisation, state sovereignty is dead.”) of this assignment different to other forms of writing that you have read or engaged with on this topic?
Write a brief response (500 words) to the question above, reflecting on how you have developed your process of academic research and writing. While there is no strict method by which the response must be given, use all three of the following prompts for your response to the question above:
What are you comparing your essay response to? (newspaper or magazine articles, opinion pieces, books, TV interviews, social media posts, public debates, A-level or high school essays, professional or business reports, conversations with friends)
Drawing on what you learned in the studies, identify at least three (3) key differences between your academic essay and the other writing(s) you are comparing it to. These might include reference to citations, sources, use of feedback, or even biases which might have revealed themselves to you.
EITHER: Reflect on one or two major challenges you encountered when researching and writing your essay and how you addressed them. These can be about selecting and understanding the question, finding adequate resources and evidence to justify your thesis, formulating your thesis, understanding the difference between justification and support, or any other issue related to the academic nature of your research and writing.
OR: Consider in what ways (if any) the studies have made you think differently about what you read and how you read it (e.g. abstracts or full articles? Identifying thesis vs. justification vs. support in a document? Scanning a document for specific information or broad themes?) – or about the ways you organise your own thoughts on specific topics and debates?
Reflect critically and evaluate: demonstrate that you have the ability to reflect on your own learning practices, and evaluate the usefulness of those processes to the task at hand. The aim here is not to simply summarise the steps that were outlined for you on ARWS, but rather to consider your own methods (with examples) for researching, writing, editing and commenting on academic work.
While it does not need to follow the Thesis-Justification-Support structure you used for Part I, you can still organise your comments in Part II around main themes or claims that you wish to reflect on, following each of the prompts listed in 1-3 above.
There is no requirement to use sources for Part II of the assignment. However, if you do use or make reference to materials (either from the module or from external sources), you must include in-text citations and a reference list for this part of the assignment as well.
For more information, see the short video below which outlines the style and purpose of good reflective writing in the context of your own learning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoI67VeE3ds

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However, if you do use or make reference to materials (either from the module or from external sources), you must include in-text citations and a reference list for this part of the assignment as well.

For Part II of your assignment, respond to the following question:
How is the essay response which you have prepared for Part I (“In this present era of globalisation, state sovereignty is dead.”) of this assignment different to other forms of writing that you have read or engaged with on this topic?
Write a brief response (500 words) to the question above, reflecting on how you have developed your process of academic research and writing. While there is no strict method by which the response must be given, use all three of the following prompts for your response to the question above:
What are you comparing your essay response to? (newspaper or magazine articles, opinion pieces, books, TV interviews, social media posts, public debates, A-level or high school essays, professional or business reports, conversations with friends)
Drawing on what you learned in the studies, identify at least three (3) key differences between your academic essay and the other writing(s) you are comparing it to. These might include reference to citations, sources, use of feedback, or even biases which might have revealed themselves to you.
EITHER: Reflect on one or two major challenges you encountered when researching and writing your essay and how you addressed them. These can be about selecting and understanding the question, finding adequate resources and evidence to justify your thesis, formulating your thesis, understanding the difference between justification and support, or any other issue related to the academic nature of your research and writing.
OR: Consider in what ways (if any) the studies have made you think differently about what you read and how you read it (e.g. abstracts or full articles? Identifying thesis vs. justification vs. support in a document? Scanning a document for specific information or broad themes?) – or about the ways you organise your own thoughts on specific topics and debates?
Reflect critically and evaluate: demonstrate that you have the ability to reflect on your own learning practices, and evaluate the usefulness of those processes to the task at hand. The aim here is not to simply summarise the steps that were outlined for you on ARWS, but rather to consider your own methods (with examples) for researching, writing, editing and commenting on academic work.
While it does not need to follow the Thesis-Justification-Support structure you used for Part I, you can still organise your comments in Part II around main themes or claims that you wish to reflect on, following each of the prompts listed in 1-3 above.
There is no requirement to use sources for Part II of the assignment. However, if you do use or make reference to materials (either from the module or from external sources), you must include in-text citations and a reference list for this part of the assignment as well.
For more information, see the short video below which outlines the style and purpose of good reflective writing in the context of your own learning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoI67VeE3ds

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Do they work for you?

nstructions
This is a fun and interesting assignment that addresses personal evaluation and analysis of a television commercial or print advertisement. For your written analysis due, use some of the following questions to write your analysis. You must provide a link to your commercial at the beginning of your analysis.
What is the commercial about?
Are the characters credible? Who are they and what is it about the characters that make them credible (or not)? For example, if one of the characters in a commercial is wearing glasses, does that make the character seem more intelligent? Is the character hip or square? Why do you think these elements were introduced?
Who is the target market? Where would this commercial or advertisement be shown or placed (on what television channels or in what magazines)?
What persuasive techniques are used? Do they work for you?
What learning or memory techniques are used? Do they work for you?
What is the expected consumer behavior? In other words, how are consumer expected to react? What decision making is desired (cognitive, habitual, and/or effective)?
What cultural influences are anticipated? These might include cultural values, reality engineering, cultural stories, sacred or profane consumption, and/or global cultures.
How is consumer and social well-being affected? This might include satisfaction, addictive consumption, or consumed consumers (the “dark side” of consumption).
What perception-related elements take place? Visual, sound, touch, etc. What stages of perception take place?
What components of “self” occur? This includes fantasy, self-concept, symbolic interaction, personality, brand identification, body image, etc.
Are attitudes involved? How are they expressed?
What components of consumer identify are expressed? This includes gender identify, ethnic and racial subculture, religious subculture, and age.
What components of social class are expressed? This includes income, class, status and social capital, and lifestyle identify.
What other components are expressed? This might include word-of-mouth communication, opinion leadership, innovation adoption, exclusivity, etc.
What other observations can you include? What have others said about this commercial?
Does it work for you? For others? Why or why not? What might you do differently if you were the director or marketing consultant for the product?
You can conclude by asking fellow students in the class for additional observations, comments, or questions.
There may be an opportunity for you to show your commercial to the class. If your commercial is shown to the class, please make sure your commercial is appropriate for a “general” audience. If in doubt, please do not show the commercial during class and select another commercial.
CAFF 427 Ad Analysis – YouTube

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In your answer, discuss at least three instances of crisis or war in the past 50 years in which conflict over natural resources was a major factor.

Do states have a right to go to war to ensure their access to vital resources? In your answer, discuss at least three instances of crisis or war in the past 50 years in which conflict over natural resources was a major factor.

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In addition, there is a textbook reading too(chapter 1-5).

1. Please read the required readings attached before writting the essays. In addition, there is a textbook reading too(Chapter 1-5).
Textbook: https://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/#/
2. The full requirement for essays is attached.
3. Please do in-text citation!

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APA format Textbook attached in photo form (1-20) Textbook Reference: Satterlee,

APA format
Textbook attached in photo form (1-20)
Textbook Reference: Satterlee, B. (2019). International Business with Biblical Worldview. McGraw-Hill
Please, I want to get a 100% on this paper.
Kindly follow the rubric and ensure the THREAD is answered appropriately: “All key components of the discussion prompt are answered in the thread, exactly as listed in the instructions. The thread has a clear, logical flow. Major points are stated clearly. Major points are supported by good examples or thoughtful analysis.”
I do not have a major point; you can choose whatever key term you want from the listed key term section. My preference key term are ” WTO or copyrights”