See attachments. Additional authors to consider for sources are books/articles by Nicholas Miller, Mark Bell, Nuno Monteiro, Alexandre Debs, Vipin Narang, Matthew Fuhrmann.Instructions: Issue and Region: North Korea’s nuclear proliferation and how it effects foreign policy. Questions/Justification: With the world not wanting North Korea to not have nuclear weapons is it fair to them that one country should not have nuclear weapons when others can? It is claimed that due to the uncertainty and mental state of their leader, if the DPRK is allowed to have nuclear weapons it will increase the chance of hostile conflicts which in return produces a wide range of insecurities around the globe. If that is the case how can one defend the Vladimir Putin administration and the Donald Trump administration which have both produced a vast range of uncertainty and confusion in the international arena. Due to a perceived poor leadership should a country be force to de-nuclearize itself if voted upon until a sense of security is observed globally or does this only apply to countries who are weaker in comparison? On the other hand, with the increase in technology and intelligence and the use of ballistic missile defenses, why are nuclear weapons still a factor? Are nuclear weapons actually required in order to have a voice in international relations? Looking at the world power rankings the top three countries; United States, Russia and China all have nuclear weapons. Does acquiring nuclear weapons prove or increase strength of a nation or is it just a deterrent. In the future will all other countries who wish to acquire nuclear weapons be turned away?Logistics: Each stage of this assignment should be submitted as a .pdf file, written in 12-pt Times New Roman font, double-spaced, with 1” margins. Paper Commentary Rubric: Research Question – Does the paper frame a clear research question? Is it a question capable of being answered reasonably persuasively in 8,000 words or less? Does it consistently remain focused on answering that question throughout, never getting distracted with long digressions, tangential history, or policy commentary? Policy Relevance – How well does the paper establish the relevance of its question and analysis to U.S. foreign policy? How clearly does the reader understand why this is an important question for U.S. policymakers to have answered as they shape U.S. foreign policy during the next several years? Logic and Evidence – How persuasively does the paper support its answer to its research question with logic and evidence? Is its analysis logically consistent, clearly laid out and not self-contradictory? How well does it marshal available academic scholarship and publicly available intelligence about its subject matter to support its arguments? Writing – Is the paper well-structured and well-written? Does every sentence contribute productively toward supporting its central argument? Does it lack redundancies, wasted words, and grammatical errors?
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