Topic should be a current internationalphenomenon/event. For example, you can choose to cover a conflict (internal orexternal), international relationship (or non-relationship), a single issue ofinternational concern (e.g.human rights, climate change, refugees), a breach of international law, aforeign policy decision, or a treaty negotiation. 
You should use at least one of the systems (International level, State level,Individual level) to analyze your chosen international phenomenon. The researchpaper should have a succinct introduction related to your topic, a clearlydefined thesis indicating the lens you will be using for your analysis, bodyparagraphs supporting your thesis and a conclusion.
• Begin with a succinct introduction related to your topic and a clearlydefined thesis (assertion of what you intend to prove in the paper) indicatingthe lenses you will be using for your analysis. 
• Include explanations of the ways in which individuals develop, interact andorganize themselves in at least one sphere (political, religious, social,economic, etc.) as it pertains to your topic
• Demonstrate the significance and vitality of social organizations rangingfrom groups to institutions in your topic
• Incorporate specific examples and evidence from scholarly sources into yourpaper, and explain how they relate to your thesis. You must usereputable/scholarly sources. Do not rely too heavily on one source. Althoughthere is not a minimum number of sources, you will likely need 3+ sources tosufficiently support your thesis statement. 
• Identify the strengths and weaknesses of contenting explanations orinterpretations for social, behavioral or historical phenomena as it pertainsto your topic.
• Evaluate the evidence supporting conclusions about the behavior ofindividuals, groups, institutions or organizations as they relate to yourtopic.
• Assess the role of diversity among individuals, cultures or societies in thecontext of your topic.
• Identify ways social, behavioral or historical knowledge can impact personal,ethical, civic or global decisions and responsibilities.
• Illustrate the global interconnections through your topic and the impact ofyour topic on global stability/stewardship.
• Organize your paper logically by grouping together related evidence to showpatterns, similarities and/or differences related to the focus of your paper.
• Conclude by summarizing the major points you have made in the paper andpointing out how they have led you to your conclusion. Your conclusion shouldmatch your thesis.
• 1250-1500 words, please include a word count of the text of the paper. 
• Works Cited. Do not include the Works Cited in the word count.
• You can use the citation style you prefer, but you must be consistentthroughout the paper


Give explanations of the ways in which individuals develop, interact and organize themselves in at least one sphere (political, religious, social, economic, etc.) as it pertains to a breach of international law
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