If you were a policy advisor for the President of the United States, which two goals would you advocate for in foreign affairs and why?
Write a 1 page, single-spaced policy brief that does the following:
a. Analyze U.S. foreign policy approaches from Bush (43) to Trump (45) and critique each.
b. Review the foreign policy articles under Course Documents/Unit 5.
c. Present two foreign policy goals that the U.S. should pursue with reference to one or two of the following areas: North Korea, China, Russia, Syria, the Middle East (Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran), or Latin America. Explain why these areas matter for U.S. national interests.
d. Support your analysis with research and correct citations, focusing on media coverage (newspapers, journals, articles from reputable sources including the above link provided).
Administration Learning Project: 2014 Dalton Walk to End Alzheimer's Experience Carrie Hatcher I chose to work with the Alzheimer's Association for my administration learning venture since it is an association that has had an enormous effect in the nearby group where I live and furthermore my family has been touched by Alzheimer's previously. I needed to work with an association that endeavors to have not just an effect in the lives of individuals who experience the ill effects of Alzheimer's yet in addition in the lives of the parental figures of the patients. I extremely like the moto that is utilized for the walk "everybody has motivation to walk" and that to me is valid. Everybody is aware of somebody that is influenced somehow by Alzheimer's ailment. Regardless of whether you have not been by and by influenced by Alzheimer's you know somebody who has or somebody who is a guardian to a patient with Alzheimer's. My objective with this venture was to demonstrate how far individuals will travel, from where they live, to take an interest in the 2014 Dalton Walk to End Alzheimer's. Subsequent to chatting with the executive of the Alzheimer's office I discovered that they were likewise keen on discovering some different socioeconomics about their walkers so I additionally include included inside the task components to take a gander at, for example, the male to female proportion of the walk members and also the periods of the walk participant's. To finish this undertaking I functioned as a volunteer for the walk and controlled a review as the walkers marked in that gathered socioeconomics, for example, the home postal district, age of the walker and if the walker was male or female. The three mile walk occurred on September 27th and the beginning stage for the 2014 Dalton Walk to End Alzheimer's was the parking area of the noteworthy Dalton Depot. The roads of downtown Dalton were hindered for the walk and the walk was escorted by the nearby Dalton city police office through the boulevards around the local area. My work as a volunteer began hours before the walk really began. I arrived sooner than required to work with alternate volunteers to help set up different tables and help with other set up obligations before the walkers began to arrive. At the point when the walkers began arriving I began gathering my information for my undertaking using the overview at the sign in table. I am happy that I chose to run with utilizing a review to gather information as opposed to strolling around with a clasp board like I had considered doing on the grounds that I soon understood that the walk turns out to be extremely rushed and disorganized once the walkers begin arriving. In the event that I had not utilized an overview to gather the information from every walker as they marked in then I feel certain that I would have missed a ton of the walkers and would not have possessed the capacity to gather precise and finish information. After the enrollment and sign in was finished and the statistic information had been gathered I kept on filling in as a volunteer at the noiseless closeout table. Working the quiet closeout table was another experience for me. Endeavoring to enable monitor the walker's offers was testing yet fun in the meantime. The noiseless closeout was an exceptionally effective piece of the walk this year. The Silent closeout alone acquired over $800 for the Alzheimer's Association. The walk was more similar to a piece party than a stroll to fund-raise and consciousness of Alzheimer's malady. There was live amusement, a prepare deal, noiseless sale and a BBQ lunch was sold by the Dalton Depot eatery with the returns setting off to the Alzheimer's Association. There was additionally an extraordinary appearance by the 2009 Miss Tennessee, Stefanie Wittler. Distinctive merchants were likewise close by to help bring issues to light of the assets accessible to the parental figures of the patients with Alzheimer's. There was one mischance at the walk and subsequent to conversing with the executive of the walk I discovered that the mishap was the first to occur at a stroll for whatever length of time that she had been the chief. After the walk I likewise assisted with the tidy up of the zone and the breakdown of the tables and embellishments. I additionally conveyed the walk materials back to the neighborhood office in Dalton and kept on working in the workplace helping the staff check and sort the cash that was gathered and confirming gifts that were gotten. In all upon the arrival of the walk I volunteered 8 hours and afterward spent an extra 5 hours experiencing the study's and dissecting the information gathered and making a guide demonstrating the urban communities that individuals ventured out from to partake in the Dalton Walk to End Alzheimer's and afterward making an answer to provide for the Alzheimer's office. I found some fascinating actualities and perceptions from the information that I gathered and the Alzheimer's office was intrigued too. The aggregate number of the walkers at the 2014 Dalton Walk to End Alzheimer's was 227 and out of that number 32 were volunteers that dedicated their day to help make the walk a win. The walk was overwhelmed by females as the aggregate number of walkers that were male numbered 52 while the aggregate quantities of females were 175. So the male to female proportion of the walkers was 1:3 or three female walkers for each one male walker enrolled in the walk. I discovered this reality intriguing that most of the walkers were female and that more guys were not keen on taking an interest in the walk. Out of the 227 walk members 179 were grown-ups and 48 were kids. The normal age of the walkers was 38 years of age with the most seasoned walker being 83 years of age and the most youthful walker being 2 years of age. I delighted in observing the most youthful and littlest walker that despite the fact that was unregistered brought a ton of happiness and energy to the walk. She was 2 months old and accompanied her mother in her own one of a kind small walk tee shirt. I discovered from the overviews that the individual that ventured to every part of the most distant to take an interest in the walk originated from Cumming, Georgia which is 86.44 miles from Dalton, Georgia. Likewise, the normal miles that individuals went from their home postal district to take an interest in the walk was 39 miles. Toward the finish of this report I have included three tables from the study information that show walk members postal divisions and mileage voyaged, the quantity of male and female walkers and the periods of the walk members. I have likewise incorporated the guide that demonstrates the urban areas that individuals flew out from to take an interest in the walk. I delighted in this volunteer involvement and I feel that it showed me a considerable measure about the socioeconomics and diligent work of facilitating raising support strolls. I definitely recognized what benefits the Alzheimer's Association given yet I didn't understand how much function went into every pledge drive that they do. You would feel that when you know about a gathering pledges walk that it would not take a considerable measure of work to organize and have the stroll to be capable gather the gifts. I wasn't right! To hold one of these strolls there is an astonishing exertion set forth not just by the staff of the Alzheimer's Association yet in addition by the leading group of trustees and the various volunteers that dedicate their day and forfeit their opportunity to help make this walk a win. When you consider volunteers for an occasion you consider somebody who is simply giving of their opportunity and not by and by associated with the occasion. In any case, most of the volunteers that I experienced at the 2014 Dalton Walk to End Alzheimer's dedicate their chance as well as have an individual association with the Alzheimer's Association also. They genuinely have confidence in the Alzheimer's Association and need to be a piece of having any kind of effect in the lives of the patients with Alzheimer's and in addition helping the parental figures of the patients to adapt to the everyday battles that they experience as the Alzheimer's malady advances inside their friends and family. This administration learning venture was a great and charming knowledge for me and it opened my eyes and helped me to acknowledge how much function, commitment, forfeit and love goes into organizing, taking an interest and facilitating a raising support walk that is really fruitful in more ways that simply financial.>GET ANSWER