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Instructions:
• First: watch the following video: The history of the Cuban Missile Crisis – Matthew A. Jordan (Links to an external site.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwWW3sbk4EU
• Second: Read the following case: The Cuban Missile Crisis
• Third: Watch the following documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTUC08Nph9Q (Links to an external site.)
• Fourth: Watch the movie Thirteen Days (after reading the article and documentary) (If you cannot watch Thirteen Days, then watch this documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMYumVM1rZM&t=376s (Links to an external site.)
We have studied three important theories so far this semester: realism, liberalism, constructivism and feminism. Theorists from Hobbes to Machiavelli, Francis Fukuyama, Hans Morgenthau, Immanuel Kant to Woodrow Wilson and Alexander Wendt to Ann Tickner, to name a select few, have contributed to the current views on these theories.
The Cuban Missile Crisis is a well-documented, international event that reflects these various theories. We have studied three theories – realism, liberalism and constructivism. Which theory played the central role in the Kennedy administration’s decision-making process related to this crisis? Does Kennedy administration actions take gender into consideration? Present evidence from the readings, books, lectures, videos and the movie to support your position.
NOTE: You need to read the articles before the movie. You cannot address the above questions by only watching the movie.
Instructions
• Write a 4 Page response to the above question.
• Follow MLA Format
• Use at least ONE quote from Thomas Hobbes to Niccolò Machiavelli, Francis Fukuyama, Hans Morgenthau, Immanuel Kant to Woodrow Wilson, Alexander Wendt, Ann Tickner and Cynthia Enloe.
• Use at least FIVE quotes from the book: Mingst, Karen A. Essentials of International Relations
• Use footnotes to cite the above quotes as well as any other quotes.
• Long quotes, those that extend to a THIRD line, are forbidden. Brief quotes (those that do not extend beyond two lines) must be uniformly cited. You can keep most quotations brief, quoting only what is essential.
• Follow the manuscripts conventions

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