The conflict between Ukraine and Malaysia

Project instructions:

Topic: The conflict between Ukraine and Malaysia

For your paper, you will research contemporary scholarly articles that are both recent, relevant and cover the spectrum of opposing views with regard to your issue. You must research a minimum of SIX scholarly articles published recently. If the topic/issue you have chosen is a recent issue or crisis, then your articles should be similarly recent (that is, published within the last year or two). Make sure that all of your articles have been published within the last ten years. These articles will be found through the SMC Research library database. You will read articles, complete an annotated bibliography(I will place another order for this), and then use your research to your research paper.

Research Content

Your paper must thoroughly explain the specifics of the global or regional conflict you have selected. You should address the causes or various differential diagnosis elements of your issue as well as historical context so the audience understands why and how it became a problem. You should include abundant information, statistics, quotes that are both CURRENT and CREDIBLE and demonstrate:

1. Your thorough grasp of the issue

2. Compelling need that will move the audience to a place of great concern for addressing the problem (think about what information to include that will shock, grieve, anger, rally the audience to action)


Your research paper should be a properly formatted MLA style research paper. You will include a cover page with your title, name, date, my name and the name of our course. The content of the paper should be 6-10 pages long, double-spaced, with page numbers and your last name heading on each page. At the end, you must include a properly formatted Works Cited page. Therefore, the entire packet of information can be a minimum of 8 pages (including cover page and works cited) or a maximum of 12 pages.

“For the sources, you must find them through the SMC Research library database.

The link of SMC Research library database: