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In a 2-4 page case study, identify the role of constitutions within europe.

In a 2-4 page case study, identify the role of constitutions within Europe.
* Discuss the European Counter Terrorism Center and counter-terrorism in Europe. From the examples provided in the textbook, assess terrorism in Europe following September 11th, 2001.
* Identify three terrorist attacks that occurred in Europe since September 11th, 2001.
* What are some targets of terrorism in Europe and how can counter-terrorism strategies be implemented to mitigate these threats?
Use specific examples from our textbook. Your case study should be supported with proper APA formatted references.

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Of international concern.

The purpose of this simulation is to give the class a better idea of the challenges the United Nations faces in dealing with emerging security crises. In class and through the readings we have learned about how the United Nations Security Council and security organizations work, what the relationship is between them, and what options the United Nations system has to address international security problems. of international concern. Now it is your turn to try to resolve a serious threat to international peace and security. Following the simulation, we will do a debriefing and analyze the challenges that the UN faces now and in the future.

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Have you seen any effective strategies work?

1. What are the forms of racial, gender, class and other forms of exclusion that operate in universities and queer communities? Do you see similarities and differences in how forms of belonging and exclusion are created for different kinds of identities?
2. What are strategies for recognizing, naming, and challenging exclusion in different contexts? Have you seen any effective strategies work?

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Post your replies within the same “thread” of the essay to which you are replying.

Secretary James Mattis, retired four-star Marine general, was US Secretary of Defense from January 20, 2017 to December 31, 2018. Previously, he had commanded at the highest levels of the US military, including US Central Command and US Joint Forces Command. He commanded Marines in the Persian Gulf War, the War in Afghanistan, and the Iraq War. He was the 26th Secretary of Defense, and he resigned over policy differences with President Trump.
Over the years he picked up some interesting monikers. He is called “Mad Dog” Mattis because of his habit of making statements like, “Have a plan to kill everybody you meet.” Although, he says he prefers the name “Chaos.” He is known as an intellectual and voracious reader and as a result picked up the nickname “Warrior Monk.”
In this interview at the Hoover Institute, while still Secretary, Mattis discussed a wide range of issues facing the United States military at home and around the world.
For this Discussion Exercise:
1. View the video interview with then Defense Secretary James Mattis, “Defending the Nation” (2018). Defending the Nation With Secretary of Defense James Mattis
2. By midnight Thursday, post a well-written essay in the “Reply” area below on the following question:
The interview with Secretary Mattis covered a range of topics about the US military and national security. Briefly summarize his remarks on two or three of these topics, and then discuss in depth your assessment of his views on the topics you selected. (What did you find new, interesting, disturbing, intriguing, or fascinating, etc.?)
You must post before you can see the posts of others.
3. Read several essays of other students, and then by midnight Sunday, post replies to 2 or more other student’s essays on this video. Your replies can agree or disagree with the other views. Disagreement is good, if proper courtesy and respect are maintained. Post your replies within the same “Thread” of the essay to which you are replying. You can also respond to those who reply to you. Continue the discussion back-and-forth if you like.
Requirements:
Initial essays should be about 200 to 500 words, single-spaced with an extra line between paragraphs. Replies to classmates have no expected length but should be substantive, not simply cheer leading.
Do NOT use the “file attachment” option. Post all input directly into the Discussion area. You may want to publish input within Word, and then use “copy and paste” to post it. Initial input should be posted by midnight Thursday of the week assigned, and all replies should be posted by the end of the week, which is midnight Sunday.
Please note: Other courses may approach discussion exercises as casual blogs or brief Twitter posts. My approach is different. I think it is valuable for you to observe the formal writing of other students. This should help you assess your level of writing as compared to your peers.
Finally, please remember, a well-written essay should include a brief introduction, several paragraphs, and a conclusion.

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We defined globalization as the multidimensional intensification of social relat

We defined globalization as the multidimensional intensification of social relations and consciousness across the world. Thus, based on this definition, globalization is a dynamic process that is shaped by multifaceted interconnections around the globe. Considering the technological, economic and political changes that occurred lately in the world, would you consider if globalization is still relevant and we are living in a globalizing world? (Please bring some examples to support your argument)
Your post must answer the main question, which can be found on the discussion forum. Your response must be at least two full paragraphs (300 words) and provide specific information from the assigned materials. You also have to include details from the assigned reading material with proper citation.
I attached both the notes and the readings needed to answer the question

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Requirements: the answers must be at least 1 page single-spaced, one-inch margin

Requirements:
the answers must be at least 1 page single-spaced, one-inch margins, and font 12 Times New Roman. If the assignment does not meet the length requirement, the assignment will be graded as incomplete or 0.
at least 2 references should be included as a separate page (not included in the 1-page requirement). If only 1 reference is included, or no references are included in the submission, the assignment will be graded as incomplete or 0. Students can use any format to cite the work (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago style, etc.)
citations must be included in the body of the document. If citations are not included in the text, the assignment will be graded as incomplete or 0. Students can use any format to cite the work (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago style, etc.)
no direct quotes should be used, use paraphrasing instead
Wikipedia is not accepted as a reference. Assignments that use Wikipedia will be considered as “incomplete”
The plagiarism level measured by an external tool via Blackboard should be less than or equal to 20%. Submissions with a plagiarism level greater than 20% will be counted as “incomplete”
The online groups’ assignments will be excluded from the final grade for the online assignments
Only MS Word files will be accepted
No late assignments will be accepted. Late submissions will be marked as “incomplete”
The Globalization Debate
Please answer the question below and post your answers on Blackboard. This is an individual assignment.
Instructions: Please provide elaborative answers which include your arguments and justifications of the arguments. You can support any of the perspectives outlined below. You can also provide your own perspective which could include arguments for and against globalization. Please make sure that your arguments are well supported and justified by data, expert opinion, theories, etc.
Is the shift toward a more integrated and interdependent global economy a good thing?
• Many experts believe that globalization is promoting greater prosperity in the global economy, more jobs, and lower prices for goods and services
• Others feel that globalization is not beneficial

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Instructions Module 2 Individual Assignment: Research Problem Exploration The Re

Instructions
Module 2 Individual Assignment: Research Problem Exploration
The Research Problem Exploration Assignment will help you think about your previous and current academic classes and how the course topics connect across disciplines. You will also brainstorm a possible research problem for your PRST 4995 Culminating Project research paper.
Formatting Guidelines
All dropbox assignments in PRST 3995 should conform to the following formatting expectations:
Microsoft Word
One-inch margins
12-point fonts, Times New Roman
Double-spaced text
Appropriate conventions of academic writing, including grammar, syntax, and mechanics
No pdf
A printable version of the Module 2 Individual Activity instructions is available in the Course Activities & Assignments Module.
Assignment Requirements
1. APA Formatted Student Title Page
Include a title page according to the APA formatting guidelines for student papers opens in new window. The title page should include the page number, paper title, your name, university, course number and title, instructor name, and date.
2. Organize Previous Academic Coursework
Using your Degree Works audit, organize courses in your areas of emphasis, concentration and/or minor taken at the 2000-, 3000-, or 4000-level into their appropriate academic disciplines based on the information you’ve learned in Module 2.
Create one heading for each of the two discipline areas in areas of emphasis, your concentration area or your minor. List three separate courses for each discipline and include the Course ID, Title, and use only two sentences to describe the knowledge and skills you gained. Do not copy course descriptions from the academic catalog or the syllabus. You should describe what you learned in your own words (I learned . . . The skills I gained were . . .)
DISCIPLINE 1 [NAME]
Course 1: Course ID, Title, and description of knowledge and skills gained from the course*
Course 2: Course ID, Title, and description of knowledge and skills gained from the course*
Course 3: Course ID, Title, and description of knowledge and skills gained from the course*
DISCIPLINE 2 [NAME]
Course 1: Course ID, Title, and description of knowledge and skills gained from the course*
Course 2: Course ID, Title, and description of knowledge and skills gained from the course*
Course 3: Course ID, Title, and description of knowledge and skills gained from the course*
3. Frame Your Two Primary Academic Disciplines
In question 2, you organized your primary coursework into two academic disciplines. Next, you will provide context to support your selections. Using complete sentences for each, answer the following questions in your own words for each of the two disciplines (do not copy information directly from our course materials or readings):
DISCIPLINE 1 [NAME] (use only one complete sentence for each bullet)
To which category (Humanities, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Formal Sciences, or Applied Sciences) does the discipline belong? Refer to Module 2 Reading 2.1, Outline of Academic Disciplines.
What phenomena, issues or problems does the discipline study?
Note: A good strategy to find this information is to follow the link for the discipline in the Module 2 Reading 2.1, Outline of Academic Disciplines. There will be a brief description of the discipline that includes background information about the topics (phenomena) it studies. Another strategy is conducting an internet search for the discipline name and the word ‘phenomena’, such as ‘Biology phenomena’. Cite your sources for any information you include that is not common knowledge.
DISCIPLINE 2 [NAME] (use only one complete sentence for each bullet)
To which category does the discipline belong?
What phenomena, issues, or problems does the discipline study?
4. Brainstorm One Potential Research Problem
Think about the topics you have discussed in previous courses, current events, or issues of personal importance that are related to your previous academic experiences. Answer each of the following questions in one complete sentence:
What research problem related to your previous coursework would you like to research? (Use an appropriate source: peer-reviewed article, trade journal article or government publication.)
Which of your previous academic disciplines is related to this research problem and why?
Why do you believe this research problem is complex?
5. Reference Page
Include a reference page for all information cited in the assignment according to the APA student paper setup guide opens in new window. Consult the APA Style Common Reference Examples Guide opens in new window for sample references you can use as templates for your own reference page.
– My two minor courses are Psychology and Theatre