These first three documents need to be downloaded and read by each member of the class, as the fundamental guidelines for successful completion of the course are provided therein.
The course syllabus lists the general requirements and expectations for the course. All specifics can be located on this website.
The stylesheet explains how to format all papers for this class. All papers that you hand in for credit, except for in-class activities, must adhere to this stylesheet.
This document provides explanations how to properly cite and reference your sources. The easiest way to fail this class is to fail to cite and reference your sources. The easiest way to lose points in this class is to fail to cite and reference properly.
A 10-page research paper concerning any contemporary issue in international relations is a requirement for this course. You are responsible for choosing your own issue based on your own interests. The final aim for this research project is for you to increase your ability to reason logically, to argue coherently, and to write correctly. This paper can also serve as a writing sample for graduate school and/or law school applications, should the need arise.
This document lists all of the readings for the course. Additionally, it lists the five modules and those who have signed up to be Module Guides.