1) The first paragraph or two of the paper should state the question or questions you will address in the paper and give a clear sense of the key arguments that you will develop in response to those questions. 2) The rest of the paper should develop and flesh out the arguments systematically, using appropriate evidence (historical facts, statistical data, opinions from experts, etc.) and logical reasoning to support them. 3) In order to address the research topic you have chosen, you may need to lay out some basic historical facts about the country, international organization, etc., you are examining. However, do not overdo it. Focus on the information you really need to make your arguments. 4) You may want to include some subheadings to separate key sections of the paper. However, this should be kept to the minimum necessary to make the paper development clear. Generally speaking, you should not use more than 3-4 subheadings. 5) Your paper should end with a conclusion that summarizes your basic arguments and the evidence you have presented to support them. It may also be useful to point briefly to some broader implications of your paper. conclude the paper with a conclusion that the apartheid ended majorly due to massive social movements. However, spend a major session analyzing the economic sanction in South Africa. What did it do? What are the impacts?