Hi I need an essay about US foreign politics related to current events and ideally also factoring in the current election and how that’ll affect US foreign policy Write an essay of analysis and opinion concerning any topic we have covered in the course I encourage you to pick a topic that you are interested in. I think of this course as mainly a foreign policy course, but since this was such a historic year in U.S. domestic politics, we have had a fairly significant amount concerning the presidential election. So you can choose to write either about a foreign issue or about a domestic U.S. issue. I also encourage you to pick something that has some relationship to current events or to what may happen in the future, but it is also OK to do some kind of an historical analysis talking just about the past. For example, if you choose to write about Afghanistan, the most obvious thing to do would be to tie it in some way to current events and what may happen next year – in other words, the peace talks with the Taliban and the partial or perhaps almost complete withdrawal of U.S. troops. But it would also be completely OK to write the entire essay as an analysis of the Soviet war in Afghanistan, or to write the entire essay as an analysis of the events that led to the Taliban taking power in Afghanistan. Similarly, if you choose to write about Israel and Middle East issues, the most obvious thing to do might be to tie your essay to President Trump’s recent diplomatic successes in the region, with improving relations between some Arab states and Israel. But it would also be OK to write an entirely historical essay about Israel and the Palestinians, or about some aspect of their relationship and history. It would be OK to write about the collapse of the Soviet Union, or the collapse of the entire Soviet bloc, and it also would be OK to write about current and future U.S.-Russia relations. It would be OK to do kind of a profile and assessment of Mikhail Gorbachev. It would also be OK to write not about a particular event or relationship so much as about one of the general themes in the textbook. There are a great many other possibilities too.