Are other countries outperforming the United States Intelligence Community in key areas of the globe?

-Are great power rivalries still ‘great’? -Are other countries outperforming the United States Intelligence Community in key areas of the globe? -Should the United States look to outmaneuver other countries in critical regions even when those other countries might be doing ‘good’ there? -Is Grand Strategy ultimately a good thing for intelligence or something that puts undue pressure on intelligence operations and mission objectives?

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Discuss how you narrow the research topic and what information sources are acceptable in research. Identify the source qualities that are of the most importance and describe the skills and competencies that are required to interpret a research article.

Write an Abstract of a Research Paper . Discuss how you narrow the research topic and what information sources are acceptable in research. Identify the source qualities that are of the most importance and describe the skills and competencies that are required to interpret a research article.

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What are history and social studies, and why and how should we teach them?

Task: using only the refrences given What are history and social studies, and why and how should we teach them? Given the specific focus of our course, you may choose to revise this question and answer What is world history/social studies, and why and how should we teach it? Specific Requirements: Your paper should be in a standard academic form (intro, thesis, body, conclusion; citationssee below*). It should make an argument by taking a stand on the question posed above; in other words, you should not merely provide a summary of other peoples answers to this question, nor simply write a narrative of how your own thinking has changed over time. Take a position and defend it, then draw out the implications for your own teaching practice. You are expected to draw upon at least three of the Unit 1 readings.

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Discuss the role of biogeography in informing conservation practice and policy

Hi there, these are the instructions from our professor: Background: Over the past 50 years green and environmental movements across the World have enjoyed strong support from the academic community, with much focus on conservation practice and policy. Such initiatives, at local and global scales, have often focussed on maintaining or improving aspects related to biogeography, such as preserving biodiversity, preventing and publicising species extinction, monitoring the effects of disturbance, and/or attempting to understand the impacts of future environmental change on species distribution and abundance. The subject of Biogeography has much that can inform and support a variety of environmental and scientific activities, from monitoring and understanding the impacts of current environmental change to understanding the distribution and processes of change in the geological past (historical biogeography). Key processes that impact upon the biogeographical patterns that are observed today (and in the past), such as speciation, dispersal, and extinction, need to be understood in order to predict future responses and adaptation to changing environmental conditions. The subject of Biogeography should, therefore, have much to offer when considering how and what to conserve. Title: Discuss the role of Biogeography in informing conservation practice and policy Approach: The title of the essay is deliberately fairly broad to allow you the opportunity to focus on topics relating to biogeography that interest you. However, such a broad topic can be quite daunting at first and you would be well advised to focus predominantly on one particular aspect. For example, you could choose to focus on issues such as: Understanding dispersal and island biogeography to inform how to manage and set-up reserves / conservation areas (i.e. patch shape, size, etc. to maximise dispersal). The impact of alien, invasive and native species upon conserving landscapes/ecosystems. Current conservation strategies and policies for maintaining biodiversity The impact, success and limitations of re-introducing species currently extirpated from a particular location. Implementing the lessons learned from historical Biogeography The above are merely ideas to get you started. The essay should discuss basic principles and processes, AND should also make liberal use of a wide variety of examples from the published literature to help you come to an informed conclusion as to what the role of biogeography has been / could be within the field of conservation. Finally, a common question relates to do I need to define Biogeography and other basic geographical / environmental concepts? The response is that for all your writing you should assume a level of prior knowledge such that the person sat next to you in class should be able to understand your writing (i.e. someone who has sat in the same classes as you rather than someone who hasnt). Submission Requirement: The essay should be no more than 2500 words in length (excluding references) adopting a concise style of writing is essential and a skill that we aim to develop in much of your written work. All diagrams and tables should be appropriately presented, numbered and referenced. All references should be correctly cited and listed in the reference list at the end. Your essay should have a coherent structure, with an introduction that sets out the context and defines key principles, a well rounded discussion with examples, and a realistic conclusion that is based upon evidence presented within the body of the essay. An abstract is not required. As part of the submission process your work will be checked for plagiarism and similarity. AND THESE ARE MY INSTRUCTIONS: AS YOU COULD SEE, THE PROFESSOR HAS GIVEN US AN OPTION TO CHOOSE OUR PREFERRED AREA ABOUT WHICH WE WANT TO WRITE THE ESSAY ABOUT. I WOULD LIKE YOU TO PRODUCE AN ESSAY EITHER ON: The impact, success and limitations of re-introducing species currently extirpated from a particular location OR The impact of alien, invasive and native species upon conserving landscapes/ecosystems. I WILL LEAVE IT UP TO YOU TO DECIDE WHICH ONE OF THE TWO YOU WILL WRITE THE ESSAY ABOUT. AS LONG AS YOU PRODUCE A GOOD ESSAY, WITH RELEVANT INFORMATION, I AM FINE WITH EITHER. PLEASE, MAKE SURE THAT YOU INCLUDE 12 IN-TEXT REFERENCES in this style Blah Blah Blah (Smith, 2013). THEN LIST THE AUTHORS’ NAME IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER AT THE END OF THE PAPER in this style: Smith, J., 2003, Invasive species, Journal of Biogeography, Volume 3, pages 223-245, AND THE URL address of the journal, please. If you need any clarification or further instructions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. And please send me a draft before you finish the paper. Thank you very much. Resources: There are many text books on conservation in the library and particularly journal articles (look in J. of Biogeography; Global Ecology & Biogeography) that will be of benefit to you. The following are just a starting point for your wider reading and are in addition to the references provided in the online Reading List: Huggett, R.J., 2004, Fundamentals of Biogeography, Routeledge, Oxford Good introduction and now available as an e-book. See chapters 17 & 18 Ashcroft, M., 2010, Identifying refugia from climate change, Journal of Biogeography, 37, 1407-1413. Bush, M.B. and R.J. Whittaker. (1991) Krakatau: Colonization patterns and hierarchies. Journal of Biogeography, 18: 341-356 Bush, M.B. and R.J. Whittaker. (1991) A revision of estimates of bird colonization on Krakatau. Journal of Biogeography, 18: 585. Warren, C.R., 2007, Perspectives on the ‘alien’ versus ‘native’ species debate: A critique of concepts, language and practice. Progress in Human Geography, 31, 427-436.
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Identify and discuss one neurological problem common in adults under the age of 65 and over the age of 65.

Hi, I am in nurse practitoner school (masters program) and have to write a cross post to another classmates paper. you have a couple topics to choose from to write about. Only choose 1 topic to write for the 3 page paper. Please note the options below are only the questions my classmate wrote about. You are not directly answering the questons below, but are reading their paper and then acknowledging what they said and providing additional knowledge to what they wrote using scholarly reference such as peer reviewed journals. I will attach an example cross post paper as well as the peoples papers you have to crosspost to. Regarding the example crosspost paper…Please follow the flow of the paper content wise because that is exactly what my teacher is looking for when grading. I will attach the grading rubric and additional writing instructions along with the sample paper of the format to follow. Please let me know what topic you choose to write about. I wanted to give you the option for your convenience These are the topics of my classmates papers. choose one of their papers on one of the topics below and reply to only the content in their paper (don’t just answer one of the questions below if that makes sense). I will attache all their papers in this order. option #1: Describe how you would assess the following on physical exam in the young adult, middle age adult, and older adult (older adult is age 65 to end of life) noting differences in findings according to age group: Stereogenosis – Graphhesthesia – Cremasteric Reflex Babinski Sign Patellar reflex Achilles reflex – Ankle Clonus Brachioradial reflex- Biceps reflex- Triceps reflex- option #2: Identify and discuss one neurological problem common in adults under the age of 65 and over the age of 65. Include physical findings and components of the past medical history that may occur during physical exam that assist in formulating your differential diagnoses. option #3 In hyperthyroidism, there is excessive release of cellular energy. After review of physical exam in your text briefly describe the physical exam findings associated with hyperthyroidism as follows: Skin – Reflexes – Mentation option #4: During a neurological assessment of a 52 year old male you consider CVA as a potential diagnosis. Your determination of CVA in the differential diagnosis is based partially on the patients history of several risk factors for thrombosis: List 5 risk factors noted in the health history that might lead you to CVA as a potential diagnosis: option #5: During a neurological assessment of a 22 year old female you consider multiple sclerosis (MS) as a potential diagnosis. Your determination of MS in the differential diagnosis is based partially on the patients history of several risk factors for this disease: List 3 risk factors noted in the health history that might lead you to MS as a potential diagnosis. This paper must be 3 pages minimum (3 is just fine), must have minimum of 2 scholarly references from peer reviewed journals, and must be written is APA (American psychological association) format with a title page and reference page with proper header and page numbering on each paper per APA guidelines.
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Impact of Social Media Marketing on Buying Decisions

Write a developed research proposal of up to 2000 maximum words (not including title page, abstract, references, notes, figures and tables). The research proposal must include the following: 1- Title page ?include report title (descriptive of the research topic). 2- Table of Contents includes the numbered sections and subsections of the report and associated page numbers. 3- Text should be in Times New Roman, 12pt, double-spaced and margins of 2.5 cm. Use numbered headings and subheadings (optional). Include page numbers in the footer of the report. 4- Abstract The first page, numbered page 1, should include a one-paragraph detailed abstract of 150 maximum words. The abstract should describe the purpose of the research, theoretical basis of the hypotheses, analyses, and implications of the findings. 5- Introduction The text should begin on page 2. Page numbering should continue through all pages of the report including footnotes, appendixes, references, tables, and figures. Discuss the background to the research problem and provide a justification for the research. Sections should include: Statement of the research problem; Research aims; Significance of the study. 6-Literature Review Review the key literature to identify what work has been completed and published in the research area. (You can include content from your literature review report but do not just cut and paste it, rather, update and improve it based on feedback you have received and connect it with the other sections of your research proposal). Include a developed theoretical framework (i.e., conceptual model) that illustrates the relationships between variables central to your study. 7- Research Design and Methodology Likely or preferred research methods with reasons and justification. Research design. Develop research questions and/or research hypotheses. Describe instrumentation. List procedures including sources of data (likely sources such as organisations, institutions and populations), sample selection, data collection methods (e.g. focus groups, interviews, online survey questionnaire etc.). 8- Data Analysis Outline potential ways that the data could be organised and analysed. 9- Expected Resources Budget (e.g., equipment, software or field work costs if any); Timeframe and conditions required to complete the research (e.g. field trips, access to archives etc.). 10- Research Project Plan Schedule or timeline of activities. 11- References should conform Harvard style referencing style. Where applicable, author(s) name(s), journal title/book title, chapter title/article title, year of publication, volume number/book chapter and the pagination must be present. Use of DOI is highly encouraged. Please consider the following when writing your research proposal: 1. Make a case for your research question and your approach to answering it. Do this by showing that there is key literature (and therefore a research community that you are joining) which supports the methodology you will use and its application in your discipline. In other words, provide sufficient theoretical frameworks as you discuss your rational and/or justification leading to your hypotheses. Highlight gaps in the literature that the research will address. 2. Articulate and justify the research approach and plan. Show which methods you will use (i.e., how you would conduct the research). Do this in as much detail as possible thinking through logistical issues e.g. I will use a case study approach ? where will you conduct your case study and why? Justify your choices in relation to the research question. Make sure your methods would actually allow you to answer your research question and/or hypotheses. 3. You do not have to undertake actual data collection or analysis, BUT it should be clear how you would do both. 4. The research proposal must be formatted according to accepted academic requirements for formal written work.
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Discuss The Doctrine of Judicial precedent allows the judiciary to make laws in England and Wales

Consider the above statement and explain whether you agree with the statement. In particular, focus on the following: 1. The tools used by Judges when applying the doctrine (LO1) 2. The relevance of court hierarchy (LO2) Support your answer with case law and legislation. (LO3 and LO4) (100 marks) (3000 words) (LOs1-4)

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Discuss this issue in terms of the effects on a pilot, why it is a threat even today and what can be done to protect pilots against it.

Hypoxia represents an ever-present hazard to all forms of aviation. Discuss this issue in terms of the effects on a pilot, why it is a threat even today and what can be done to protect pilots against it. Use accident examples in aviation where relevant. the essay should define hypoxia and how does it affect the body in high altitude, for passengers and cabin crew as well. it should also use examples where relevant only in the aviation world, and some charts comparing the past and present the accident caused by hypoxia in flights. the examples should be at least 4. as for the referencing, it should as per the Harvard / Swinburne University of Technology.

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