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From Discussion of Current Events (20 points total)
1. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has opened up an impeachment inquiry on President Donald Trump. Please answer the following questions:
a) What is an “impeachment?” (2 points)
b) How is a president or other federal official removed from office if the impeachment is voted on? (2 points)
c) In the constitution what reasons are given for a president to be impeached and removed from office? Who would be the presiding judge in a presidential impeachment trial? (2 points)
d) What is the reason that the impeachment probe is being conducted? (2 points)
e) In a paragraph (3-5 sentences—from the video) what will be the impact of impeachment on US foreign policy? (2 points)
2. What was the result of the election in Canada on October 21, 2019? (5 points)
3. Summarize the jobs report issued on Friday October 4, 2019FILLER TEXT. What is the unemployment rate in the US, according to the report? How do economists define “full employment?” (5 points)
Social Impact (5 points each—20 points total)
1. What is the UN theme for 2019 recognition of the International Women’s Day on March 8? What were the main goals in support of this year’s theme? Describe both the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. (5 points)
2. Describe the protest in Spain and in other parts of the EU on the March 8, 2018 International Women’s Day? Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said that Spain and his government were living in a “post March 8” world. How did he shape his government to reflect that attitude? (5 points)
3. Brainstorm some ideas and formulate an opinion on how awareness and attitude can change the way we view water. What can you do as an individual and Lynn University do as a community to impact the way that water can be used? (5 points)
4. What is a “food desert?” What is the social impact of food deserts to the community and nation as a whole? (5 points)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pp7Uk09leU0 watch this video to answer above questions. FILLER TEXT
From Political Theories (10 points total)
1) According to the video, posted on the module, what are the similarities and differences between communism and socialism? (5 points)
2) According to the video, posted on the module, what are the main points of the political ideology termed anarchy? (5 points)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=FrtDZ-LOXFw FILLER TEXT
From “War, Terrorism, and Military Response (35 points total)
2) From the video on YouTube “What are the rules of War” what agreements have been made concerning civilians, prisoners of war, the sick, and the wounded? What weapons have been banned? (5 points)
3) Define total war and a war of aggression. (5 points)
4) According to the following YouTube videos, list five main points of each of the following videos:
a) “The future of Cyberwarfare” (4:49) (5 points)
b) “War in Afghanistan: 17 years later” (5:56) ( 5 points)
c) “Syria’s war: Who is fighting and why” (6:46) (5 points)
5) What countries now process nuclear weapons? (5 points)
From “The Americas” PowerPoint and YouTube videos: (20 points total)
1) What are the reasons that some argue are essential for building the Keystone XL pipeline? Why are some opposed to this? (5 points)
2) Describe NAFTA. What was its purpose when it first come together in 1994?How will the changes of NAFTA into the new USMCA affect trade between the three countries? (5 points)
please rewrite the following information to answer the question.
•The North American Free Trade agreement is an agreement signed by Canada, Mexico, and the United States, creating a trilateral rules-based trade bloc in North America. The agreement came into force on January 1, 1994.
•The goal of NAFTA was to eliminate barriers to trade and investment between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. The implementation of NAFTA on January 1, 1994 brought the immediate elimination of tariffs on more than one-half of Mexico’s exports to the U.S., and more than one-third of U.S. exports to Mexico. Within 10-15 years after implementation, all U.S. – Mexico tariffs were to be eliminated except for U.S. agricultural exports to Mexico. NAFTA was strengthened by an agreement in 2010 whereby all nontariff barriers to agricultural trade were eliminated.
3) Who are the biggest political parties in Mexico? Who is the president of Mexico? How long is a presidential term and who is eligible to run? When will be the next presidential election? FILLER TEXTFILLER TEXTAfter reviewing the YouTube video “Trump’s Border Wall Order Shakes up U.S. – Mexico Relations” describe the relationship between the Trump administration and Mexico and Trump’s position on building a wall on the border? (5 points)
4) From the videos “Has the nature of Canada –U.S. relations changed” and “What is the future of US-Canada relations” what are the main challenges and issues of Canada and their relations with the United States during the Trump administration? (5 points)
From the PowerPoint Europe and Russia (35 points total)
1) What is NATO? How many countries are in NATO? Describe Article 4 and Article 5 of the NATO Treaty? (5 points)
2) In the United Kingdom, what is a constitutional monarchy? Who is the head of state and the head of government? Which political party controls the House of Commons? Who is the leader of the Loyal Opposition and what political party does the leader represent? When must an election take place? (5 points)
3) What was BREXIT? Why did it pass in the United Kingdom? What is Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty? (5 points)
4) Who is the president of France? What is the process of the French in electing a new president? What is his term of office? What are the two largest political parties in France? (5 points)
Eastern Europe and the Baltic States
•The countries of Eastern Europe are Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine
•The Baltic States is the geopolitical term used for grouping the three sovereign countries in Northern Europe on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania
•Belarus (from the CIA Fact book)
•After seven decades as a constituent republic of the USSR, Belarus attained its independence in 1991. It has retained closer political and economic ties to Russia than any other former Soviet republics. Belarus and Russia signed a treaty on a two-state union on December 8, 1999 envisioning greater political and economic integration.
•Since his election in July 1994 as the country’s first and only directly elected president, Alexander Lukashenko has steadily consolidated power through authoritarian means and a centralized economic system.
•Government restrictions on political and civil freedoms, freedom of speech and the press, peaceful assembly, and religion have remained in place.
Eastern Europe– Bulgaria
•Bulgaria attained autonomy in 1878 and all of Bulgaria became independent from the Ottoman Empire in 1908. Having fought on the losing sides in both World Wars, Bulgaria fell within the Soviet sphere of influence and became the People’s Republic in 1946. Communist domination ended in 1990, when Bulgaria held it first multiparty election since World War II and began the contentious process of moving toward political democracy and a market economy. The country joined NATO in 2004 and the EU in 2007.
•Bulgaria is a parliamentary representative democratic republic, whereby the Prime Minister is the head of government, and the President is the head of state. Capital of Bulgaria is Sofia, the President is Rumen Radev, and the PM is Boyko Borissov.
Eastern Europe: Czech Republic
•The Czech Republic, in Central Europe, is a unitary parliamentary republic in which the head of state is the President, and the head of government is the Prime Minister.
•The Czech Republic was established on January 1, 1993. The capital of the country is in Prague.
•The current government was sworn in on January 29, 2014. The government is the 13th since the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993. The Prime Minister is Andrej Babis, and the current president is Milos Zeman.
Eastern Europe: Hungary
•The Government of Hungary is responsible for executive power in Hungary. It is led by the Prime Minister who is elected by the National Assembly and serves as the head of government and exercises executive power. The Prime Minister is the leader of the party with the most seats in Parliament.
•Since the fall of communism in 1990, Hungary has been a multi-party system. The last election was on April 6, 2014. The current PM is Viktor Orban, and the current president and head of state is Janos Ader.
Eastern Europe: Poland
•Poland is a country located in Central Europe and has an approximate population of 40 million people.
•Poland is a representative democracy, with the parliament made up of two bodies, the lower house (Sejm) and the upper house, (senate).
•The President of Poland is the head of state and has been Andrej Dudasince August 6, 2014, The Prime Minister is the head of government and now is Mateusz Moraweicki, elected on December 11, 2017. Both are members of the majority party, Law and Justice party.
Eastern Europe: Romania
•The Government of Romania is headed by the Prime Minister.
•The current government is headed by Viorica Dancila, a member of the Social Democratic Party. She assumed office on January 29, 2018.
•The president of Poland since December 21, 2014 has b
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