One inch margins are not the default in Microsoft Word. There should be between three and four pages of text and one reference page. Content: In paper 1, you have described your countrys development problems in terms of various indicators. In paper 2, you will describe the important domestic and international actors that have input into policy decisions and the power and resources that they bring to bear on policy choice and implementation. For international actors, be sure to think about and consider the role of national governments who contribute development aid (USAID, UK Department of International Development, etc.), intergovernmental organizations that develop policy prescriptions and contribute aid or lend money (UN, UNDP, World Bank, IMF, etc.) and international non-governmental organizations that work in your country (Doctors without Borders, Green Peace, Oxfam, etc.). At the domestic level, consider the form of government (democracy, authoritarian, etc.), the state bureaucracy, and societal actors such as political parties, professional organizations (doctors, teachers, women, etc.) and non-governmental organizations. Consider what resources they have to influence policy: money, votes, guns, ethnic networks, etc. Your thesis should summarize the most important actors in your country. The text should describe their policy positions on development and the informational, monetary and other resources they have to influence policy outcomes. Sources and citations: The class website contains multiple websites to learn about the conditions in your country. You are also encouraged to use library resources. Use citations as appropriate (when using others ideas, data and/or words). The paper must use the American Political Science Review (APSR) citation style which employs the authors name and date of publication in the text and a reference list at the end of the paper.