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You are to select ONE of the following questions a...

You are to select ONE of the following questions and write a response to the question. The essay question may not overlap any research paper topic or your group presentation topic. There is no set page length; answer the question fully. But To give you a rough idea on page length it is to be roughly 7 pages double-spaced pages. A work cited page is recommended but not required. The form of citation does not matter however the quality of the citations does. You must include a bare minimum of two high quality secondary sources (e.g. from scholarly journal) – and at least one of these must be counter to your own thesis
Grading Criteria An A or a B essay includes 1-3:
Well-written, well-organized, cogently argued formal essays: Imagine that you are submitting a formal essay for an English class. (The two exceptions are that there is no fixed style for citation and you may write in the first person).
Critical Thinking: Â Whatever position you take in the debate, you must explicitly or implicitly, address the strongest arguments on the other side of the debate.
High Quality Research – Including Citations to Both Sides of Issue: The third characteristic of a good essay is evidence (through citations) of high quality independent research. You should include relevant required reading (no need to cite lecture material). Of particular importance is to find at least one website that takes a point of view contrary to what you will argue in your essay. You will want to include the URL as part of your citation so that I can check out the quality of the websites myself. I would strongly recommend looking for scholarly articles on the topic.
Originality/Creative Thinking: Often, the primary difference between an A and a B essay is the extent to which you go beyond the lecture notes, class readings, and class discussion to come up with your own original analysis. There is a wide range of ways to be original. At the most basic level, put concepts in your own words. Another way to be original is to use historical examples or arguments not mentioned in the lectures or required readings. The most sophisticated form of originality is to re-conceptualize some of the existing theories of war or discuss the interaction of factors at different levels of analysis in a fashion not discussed in class.
##Select one of the following questiones##
Possible Questions for 1st Thought Paper
Section One: Causes of War & Peace
General Instructions: You are to select ONE of the following questions and write a
response to the question. The essay question may not overlap any research paper topic or
your group presentation topic. There is no set page length; answer the question fully. But
To give you a rough idea on page length it is to be roughly 4-6 double-spaced pages.
A work cited page is recommended but not required. The form of citation does not
matter however the quality of the citations does. You must include a bare minimum
of two high quality secondary sources (e.g. from scholarly journal) – and at least one
of these must be counter to your own thesis. The essay is worth 20% of the semester
grade (200/1,000 pts).
How to Submit Essays: You may submit the thought papers ONE of TWO different
ways: (1) Under BB Assignments as an attachment (please save attachments as doc,
docx, rtf, pdf, or htm file) OR submit a hard copy directly to Dr. Rogers, put it in my
box in Political Science Office or (downtown students) may send hard copies by “pony’
from the Distance Learning Department. Do NOT submit as an email attachment.
Essay Instructions: The rough length of the essay is 4-6 double spaced pages essays.
You will be graded on the extent to which you address the causes of war or conditions for
peace. You will also be graded on the quality of the citations you use. You need a
minimum of two quality citations, one on each side of the issue.
Late-Papers:
Extenuating Circumstances & Extensions: If you believe that you have legitimate
extenuating circumstances for not submitting the essay on time
,
 you may make your
case to Dr. Rogers for an extension If Dr. Rogers grants an extension, there would be no
penalty under these circumstances. Again, do not send the essay by email attachment;
bring the essay as a hard copy to next class you attend or submit it on BB Assignments.
No Excuses If you do not submit your paper on the Assignments section by deadline and
you have not convinced Dr. Rogers that you have legitimate extenuating circumstances
you have the following choices:(1) write an essay long hand (you may use notes) in first
subsequent class you attend OR (2) you may submit TWO 4-6 page essays; one selected
by the student the other selected by Dr. Rogers OR (3) Take a letter grade per day
penalty.
Grading Criteria An A or a B essay includes 1-3:
1. Well-written, well-organized, cogently argued formal essays: Imagine that
you are submitting a formal essay for an English class. (The two exceptions are
that there is no fixed style for citation and you may write in the first person).2. Critical Thinking: Â Whatever position you take in the debate, you must
explicitly or implicitly, address the strongest arguments on the other side of the
debate.
3. High Quality Research – Including Citations to Both Sides of Issue: The third
characteristic of a good essay is evidence (through citations) of high quality
independent research. You should include relevant required reading (no need to
cite lecture material). Of particular importance is to find at least one website
that takes a point of view contrary to what you will argue in your essay. You
will want to include the URL as part of your citation so that I can check out the
quality of the websites myself. I would strongly recommend looking for scholarly
articles on the topic.
4. Originality/Creative Thinking: Often, the primary difference between an A and
a B essay is the extent to which you go beyond the lecture notes, class readings,
and class discussion to come up with your own original analysis. There is a wide
range of ways to be original. At the most basic level, put concepts in your own
words. Another way to be original is to use historical examples or arguments not
mentioned in the lectures or required readings. The most sophisticated form of
originality is to re-conceptualize some of the existing theories of war or discuss
the interaction of factors at different levels of analysis in a fashion not discussed
in class.
(Select ONE of the following Questions, including at least 2 sources)

1. Describe and evaluate the utility of the concept of the security dilemma (or what
is known formally as iterative game theory) to explain arms races or inadvertent
conflict. You will want to discuss the extent to which the concept of the security
dilemma and game theoretical approaches are adequate in and of themselves to
explain arms races and conflicts or they have to be combined with factors from
other levels of analysis.
2. Describe and evaluate the utility and validity of the concept of Inadvertent War
OR Inadvertent Escalation of War. Assume that inadvertent war or inadvertent
escalation characterizes a situation where two states end up fighting each other
when the political leadership of BOTH countries did not want war but
misperceived the intent of an attack by their adversary and decided to preempt Is
this a useful concept? Is it a valid one? Provide historical evidence to support
your point of view.
3. Discuss the relationship between human nature and war. What aspects of
human nature are “hard-wired” to contribute to the probability of conflict and
what aspects are learned? You are not limited to aggression but you will want to
include a discussion as to whether or not human nature is inherently aggressive or
aggression is learned behavior and then connect your argument to an examination
of why war occurs.
4. Compare and contrast (discuss similarities and differences) between the causes
of violence in three instances: (1) between drug cartels on the Mexican border,
(2) ethnic/sectarian conflict within a particular country; and (3) an inter-state
war of your choice. It is imperative that you explore this question in much greater
depth than we did in our informal class discussion.
5. Describe and evaluate the validity of the concept of a Power Transition as an
explanation for war. If the concept is useful to explain why some wars have
occurred historically Is it still relevant in the modern era with nuclear weapons
and economic inter-dependence? Why or why not?
6. History is filled with examples of mistakes that states made in war; either with
respect to a decision to go to war in the first place or a decision on political goals
and/or military strategy. Select an example of a major mistake in war (do not
include “acts of God”) and explain this mistake. Discuss the relative importance
of factors at different levels of analysis that explain the mistake. For an A+
answer, you will want to explain (perhaps using a diagram) how the factors at
different levels of analysis interacted to lead to this mistake.
7. Describe and evaluate Kant’s Liberal-Democratic Peace Thesis. Granted, there
is little historical evidence on which to draw definitive conclusions, but using the
information that is available (and hypothetical thought experiments) draw the best conclusions you can. Be sure to respond to the strongest arguments against the
thesis.


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