Identify a major news story that you feel is a ‘real world issue,’ (for example, NorthKorean missiletesting.

Identify a major news story that you feel is a ‘real world issue,’ (for example, NorthKorean missiletesting. The purpose of this assignment is to compare the viewpoints of people aroundthe world on this topic/issue.
Select a news article from three different sources. First select an article from the country that the world issue is taking place. Then select an article on the same world issue from a news source in Canada and one from the United States. Provide the links to your articles in your assignment bibliography. Be sure to reference the articles in proper APA format.
Part A: Answer the following questions about your world issue using information gatheredfrom the three different sources:1. Identify the issue involved.2. In what area of the world is the story occurring?3. Identify the political, environmental, economic and social, (PEES) components of theselected issue, (all or some might be relevant). (social-cultural? political-military?)4. Which of these components/categories do you feel the world issue would best beclassified and why.5. At which level (local, national, international) is the story taking place?
Part B: For EACH news story:1. Create a brief summary of the major points expressed in the article.
Part C: Create a two page response that includes the following questions and references tothe three articles for support to your opinions and arguments.1. Compare and contrast the viewpoints of the world issue from Canada, the United Statesand the country the world issue is taking place.2. Explain how points of view influence an individual’s perceptions of a place.3. Explain if and why it is important to understand the cultural traditions of others.4. Identify awareness levels and viewpoints relating to a geographic issue.