The Proposal. The topic selected for the activity is El
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The ProposalThe topic selected for the activity is Election 2016. The theme of the topic is impact of US Presidential Election 2016 on the world politics. The reason behind the identification of this topic is that the selection of the current US President Donald Trump carried lots of controversies1. Before the election could take place, the US President Donald Trump made various remarks that were not acceptable to most of the American communities. Interestingly, despite surrounded with controversies, Mr Trump became the president2. If the speeches of Mr Trump are assessed from pre-election to post-election, along with the recent actions related to health care and foreign policies, then it can be stated that there are numerous implications that can be expected in the coming days3. It would be an appreciable effort to understand how the foreign relation of US unfolds under the aggressive leadership ofDonald Trump and the impact it is likely to have on the global diaspora in the short and long run. The current topic will not cover every pieces of this scenario. Only major aspects will be covered. There will be two aspects, internal (within the country) and external (outside the country) that will be covered. In the internal scenario, the recent actions of Mr Trump will be covered along with the actions that can be expected from after his speech assessment. In the external scenario, the relationship with Mexico, China, Russia, Middle East, and India will betouched briefly to understand the topic clearly. The purpose is to understand the overall scenario and estimate how things are likely to unfoldin the future. Limited focus will be given on discussing each aspect deeply as there is no depth to which each aspect can be discussed at any given point of time. 1 "US Election 2016 - BBC News". 2017.BBC News. http://www.bbc.com/news/election/us2016.2 "U.S. Election 2016 | Reuters". 2017.Reuters. http://www.reuters.com/politics/election2016.3 "What To Know About Election 2016 Today". 2017.Nytimes.Com. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/us/elections/election-2016.html.
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