Create a short story based on the colonization of America.

Create a short story based on the colonization of America.
After coming home after hearing of a positive meeting with the alien visitors (Europeans), my main character (Zana, 7 year old indigenous girl) goes to sleep with hopeful thoughts floating around in her head. She dreams of a utopian future, one where indigenous peoples and the alien settlers live peacefully alongside each other and together create a prosperous world for everyone. This dream sequence needs to show examples of settlers learning from the indigenous peoples and vice versa. She’s eventually awaken from the dream by the brutal attack on her people by the colonizers. The attack on Zona (in which she eventually meets her end) can be told using numerous examples from American history.

Compare and contrast the Teapot Dome scandal of the 1920s with the Watergate scandal of the 1970s.

Compare and contrast the Teapot Dome scandal of the 1920s with the Watergate scandal of the 1970s. What exactly was corrupt? How did the people react? What effects did the scandal have on American government and politics?

What market reforms did China introduce in the 1970s and 1980s and how did they contribute to the ‘China Boom’?

What market reforms did China introduce in the 1970s and 1980s and how did they contribute to the ‘China Boom’? What role does the Chinese state still play in the economy and how does this make China a ‘market socialist’ country? Finally, what are the geopolitical consequences of China’s Rise? Specifically, what is the foreign policy thinking of Chinese grand strategy today, what are China’s major foreign policy initiatives (e.g., AIIB, Belt and Road, close ties with Russia), and how has the US responded with a ‘new cold war’ in Asia?

Select a topic that is connected to issues of american identity, immigration, assimilation, or race and write an essay defending a specific point of view in regards to that topic.

Select a topic that is connected to issues of American identity, immigration, assimilation, or race and write an essay defending a specific point of view in regards to that topic. Must formulate an argumentative thesis statement and support this thesis with clear and detailed evidence.

What are the regional and global implications for both US involvement and withdrawal?

In late November, the US reversed its sudden withdrawal from Syria and resumed operations against Daesh (ISIS) in Syria. Given the effects of US involvement or withdrawal on a number of global issues, in your assessment, should the US continue to conduct military operations against Daesh (ISIS) in Syria? What are the regional and global implications for both US involvement and withdrawal?

Public relations can be viewed from a normative or critical and socio-cultural perspective. What does this mean?

Public relations can be viewed from a normative or critical and socio-cultural perspective. What does this mean?
The practice of public relations, however, is seen as primarily an organisational function and it has many roles to play. Explain these different roles and how public relations should be integrated into organisations if it is to fulfill its true potential as a professional and ethical practice helping organisations deliver their strategic objectives

How will the change in US position affect the Palestinian-Israeli conflict?

In November 2019, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced a change in the US position on Israeli settlements in the West Bank as explained in this BBC article:
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-50468025 (Links to an external site.)

What is the change in position? Why are the settlements seen by many as illegal under international law? How will the change in US position affect the Palestinian-Israeli conflict? Use the course readings and research the controversy about the settlements.

Answer the above question in an essay of at least 300 words but no more than 1000 words. Your essay has a clear introduction with thesis statement, supports its ideas with evidence, and ends with a conclusion that summarizes your argument. Cite your sources in Chicago Notes and Bibliography style and write in standard academic writing style (and thus not using the first person “I” or “we” or second person “you”).

Put your name at the beginning of your essay.
Answer all parts of the question in well-developed paragraphs (not bulleted list) within the word limits specified (300 to 1000).

Use a standard 12-pt font such as Calibri or Arial or Times New Roman.
Double-space the essay.

Write in standard academic writing style (and thus not using the first person “I” or “we” or second person “you”).
For help with the thesis statement and academic writing style, refer to the Writing Guides Module and to two items there: Thesis Statement and Essays for History.

Go to Findlaw.com and identify a case where an unfair labor practice occurred in a health care organization.

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) is one of the most significant pieces of federal legislation dealing with labor relations [Chapter 19, Pages 516-517]. The Act is generally known as the Wagner Act, after Senator Robert R. Wagner of New York. Go to Findlaw.com and identify a case where an unfair labor practice occurred in a health care organization. Summarize the case law findings.