Topic — your choice
You should incorporate into your final paper a) evaluations of policy choices, and b) critiques of problematic humanitarian practices or policies. In other words,
while you may choose whether you are more interested in developing a policy or honing a critique, the short papers will help you in thinking through your argument and
assembling the necessary supporting evidence for the final paper.
In sum, student writing outcomes in this class will focus on a) clear, concise and original argumentation, b) fluent use of appropriate terms and concepts, c)
sufficient and persuasive use of appropriate evidence, d) logical development and organization, and e) proper use of grammar. ?
Could you be so kind to upload a file tomorrow by 6om in california time, just whatever you have is fine because our professor require us to bring just whatever we
have for the paper to class.