Is the global economy a cause for peace or conflict?
" The literature review consists of a 1,000 word reflective narrative to be written in response to a question of your choice (see ‘essay questions’ on page 5). The literature review must draw on and assess in equal measure on the module literature syllabus as well as on the student’s own independent research effort. The literature review will be assessed in terms of the quality and breadth of research carried out as well as of the analytical depth of the review submitted. 1. Why is security an ‘essentially contested’ term? 2. Are states really the most important actors in international security? 3. Can international institutions maintain peace in a post-liberal order? 4. Is war obsolete, or is it rather that we live in a world permanently at war today? 5. To what degree is global security ‘what we make of it’? 6. Does the ‘responsibility to protect’ have a future? 7. Is the global economy a cause for peace or conflict? 8. To what extent has global security been privatised? 9. How is the securitization of urban space linked to global (in)security? 10. Does our security over ‘here’ depend on the insecurity experienced and violence perpetrated in ‘sites of exception’ over ‘there’?” This is the instructions from the module handbook regarding the literature review of 1000 words, choose one 1 question. I dont want it to be perfect because i dont want to get caught its for university of Westminster and my major is politics. Let there be a few mistakes but i want it to be overall good. I want a grade of 65+ but i dont want to get caught.