Analyzing New Domains in US Foreign Policy (USFP)

OverviewFor each paper, you will write a 3–5-pageresearch-based paper in current APA format that focuses on topics that arerelevant to the course content. Each essay must include 5–7 citations inaddition to the course textbook and the Bible. Each essay will be submittedthrough a SafeAssign link in Blackboard.
General ·Treat each paper as a research paper rather thanan opinion piece.·Papers must be 3-5 pages in length, using 1”margins and Times New Roman 12 font·APA formatting must be used. Please refer toLiberty’s APA Reference Guide·Five to seven scholarly sources must be used. Allsources used in the paper must be properly cited and referenced. This includes:oIn-text citations for allpresentations of facts, statistics, information, and examples presented usingthe author/date (author date, page number) formatoA Reference List or Bibliography, on a separatepage, at the end of the paper is requiredoIn addition to using assigned course content, useexternal scholarly sources. Acceptable sources include peer-reviewed journalarticles and online sources with URLS that include .gov, .edu, or .org.oNote: the integration of biblical material iswarmly welcomed but is not to be used in place of course text material orexternal scholarly source requirements.·When writing each paper, be sure to integratematerial (cited and referenced) from all of the readings assigned for thatmodule. This demonstrates that you read, understood, and are able to apply theweek’s materials. Moreover, it is a graded component for each paper.·Refer to the grading rubric to ensure that allgraded components are included in your paper.·Note: All paper assignments will be checked fororiginality via the SafeAssign plagiarism tool.
Paper 3: Analyzing New Domains in US ForeignPolicy (USFP)Select any 1 ofthe textbook readings from Module 7. Complete the following instructions:·In a single opening paragraph, briefly summarizethe author’s argument. The short abstract provided at the beginning of eacharticle already does this, but do not copy and paste it, since it must flowwith the overall tenor of your own style and argument.·In the next section of the essay, offer a concisedefense of the argument. Why is it at least plausible? There is always somethingrationally defensible about a peer-reviewed journal article on US foreignpolicy.·For the remainder of your response, offer acritique of the article. What are the limits, problems, or gaps in the author’sargument? There are limits, problems, or gaps in every argument. You do nothave to have answers to the problems you identify, but you must be able to atleast develop questions about the claims made by the author.oYou are encouraged to integrate current eventsand updated information in your analysis, using properly cited and referencedsources.