Analyzing Theory and Grand Strategy of the article in the link below
Complete the following instructions.
In a single opening paragraph, briefly summarize the author’s argument. The short abstract provided at the beginning of each article already does this, but do not copy and paste it, since it must flow with the overall tenor of your own style and argument.
In the next section of the essay, offer a concise defense of the argument. Why is it at least plausible? There is always something rationally defensible about a peer-reviewed journal article on American Foreign Policy.
For the remainder of your response, offer a critique of the article. What are the limits, problems, or gaps in the author’s argument? There are limits, problems, or gaps in every argument. You do not have to have answers to the problems you identify, but you must be able to at least develop questions about the claims made by the author.
Write the 3–5-page research-based paper in current Turabian format. Each essay must include 5–7 citations in addition to the course texts and the Bible.
Please use the references below for one of your references:
Textbook: Rising Threats, Enduring Challenges: Readings in U.S. Foreign Policy by Andrew Price-Smith
All references to the article itself only require a page number in parentheses referencing the source. If you cite a page number in parentheses (e.g., 64) next to a sentence within the body of the essay, it will imply that you are referencing page 64 of the source.
Any and all quotations must be in the footnotes, not the body of the text.
As part of your analysis, you are welcome to include Christian perspectives or opinions, but these must be integrated in a coherent manner that fits the overall tenor of your analysis.
Things to show you recognize in the essay:
• Recognize US foreign policy theories like realism, liberal internationalism, and constructivism.
• Distinguish the reasons policymakers differ over the purpose and content of US foreign policy.
• Appraise how misperception and misinterpretation of facts impedes proper thought and practice of US foreign policy.
• Contend with the debate about culture and religion as proponents of foreign policy in America and elsewhere.
Understanding: An understanding of the major arguments and the intent of the article is clearly demonstrated
Strengths and weaknesses: The strengths and weaknesses of the article are properly and clearly assessed.
Article effectiveness: The critique clearly concludes with a summary statement on the overall effectiveness of the article.
Personal reflection: Personal reflection on the topic, which includes addressing the student’s main objections or affirmations of the position of the article, is included.
Personal position: A personal position is clearly articulated and appropriate biblical and theological support is integrated in the analysis.
Format: The essay is written in current Turabian format and is free of grammar and spelling errors. The essay is 3–5 pages and includes 5–7 citations in addition to the course textbook and the Bible.
Composition: The summary of the article is clearly and correctly composed.