The world today can seem a like a great big jumble of happenings with no clear beginning and end. This might make writing a cause and effect paper on international law and politics seem quite difficult. But rest assured, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction and for every happening (effect) there is at least one cause you can point to in order to make a great argument in your essay. If you need some help, take a look at the topics below and see if anything sounds like a good subject to discuss.
Explore how when people are hungry or out of work, it can lead to a domino effect in society across the world.
Explore whether this is really true or whether this is, in fact, a good thing.
The fact that more gadgets lead to more e-waste isn’t a secret, but how should this be handled and how do you think it’ll all wind-up?
Would it lead to greater conservation efforts?
Explore the origins of the organization and what has transpired since.
This is a meaty and tricky one! You can make a lot of different arguments, so go for it!
This has been a big question since its inception. If not growth, what has it led to?
Did women in other parts of the world become affected by the rights they heard about in America? How is it working out for them?
Do other countries see our leadership as messy when there’s a scandal, or do they see the media as attack dogs? How does this affect their view of us as a whole?
How will this lead to huge change after over half a century of cold relations?