Hello. I sent you a separate file called “assignment” – inside there are instructions about the work and 4 questions – you need to choose 2 from the 4 question. Each question should be answered in a minimum of 5 pages, a total of 10 pages for the task. In addition, I sent you a file called “Syllabus” with links to articles related to the subject of the course and the questions. Read and review the documents in order to answer the questions. In addition, if someone contacts you with the same job, you must not give him what you have prepared for me. You have to prepare a completely different job that will not mention the work you are preparing for me. Thanks
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essay is in course The Clash of Architects: Transformative Developments in the Global Order
We need to select any two out of the following four potential essay questions to answer. we will be graded on content so back-up your arguments, provide examples; you can use source material from links on syllabus, as well as any other material you can find. each question 5 pages.
this is example to question you can choose:
The foundation of modern international law is Euro-centric and over the last 70 years turned into a U.S.-led Western based order. China (and other nations) were essentially excluded from the table of international law creation being considered “uncivilized” (i.e., barbarians, savages). However, China has established the AIIB, BRI and is the second largest economy with enormous technological/military strength. Now that China is an important global actor, China can no longer be out-casted and China will likely become an architect of international law which will be a transformative development.
In what ways will China’s rise influence the creation and interpretation of international law?
In what ways could this influence clash with existing international law?
What is the likelihood of Western adoption (or non-adoption) of the Chinese “vision” of international law (i.e. non-interference, etc.) and why or why not?
China’s rise and its governance model presents a challenge to the existing US-led international governance architecture. The two models have very different notions and values with respect to international law norms, rights, governmental involvement in the domestic economy and national political governance. Friction between China and the United States in trade and military power projection is increasing. The issue is whether the two models can co-exist in the international order or will one need to dominate the other.
Over the next 5-10 years, which outcome do you feel is most likely; peaceful but looking at each other as a rival, cooperation/partnership or economic/military conflict and why?
When a new power rises is it inevitable that the existing power will attempt to contain the new power’s rise or does globalization change that thinking?
Over time, is it likely that one nation will gravitate towards the other’s model and if so what would be the reasons for so changing?
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