· 7-9 pages (12-point font, Times New Roman, 1-inch margins, double-spaced, with headings). 
· Introduction: A description of the problem or issue
· Hook the reader with a problem / issue / statement of why this topic is relevant.
Describe the problem / issue / topic
Explain what other researchers have found about the topic
Describe what your paper contributes (i.e. an overview and analysis of XXX) and why that is interesting.
· Background: The context / countries involved; historical context where relevant
· Describe the context of your topic
What countries are involved?
· What is the relevant historical context?
· If your topic is a marketing strategy, provide some company background and historical context for the globalization of the company – where they are headquartered, where they operate, etc.
· Analysis: An analysis of the problem or issue using tools and concepts (tariffs/agricultural trade).
· Relevant data or statistics to support your analysis
· References to at least 2 peer-reviewed journal articles relevant to the topic or analysis
·  include numerical data, graphs, and figures to support your analysis and discussion.
· Discussion and conclusion
· Provide concluding remarks for the paper. Link the findings and conclusion back to your statements in the introduction.
· Citations and References
Include at least 2 peer-reviewed journal articles related to the topic or analysis Use in-text citation (author, date)
Include a references page
Project Topic: How Brexit is affecting international agriculture trade.
1) A brief description of the problem/issue:  
The UK have been a part of the European Economic Community since 1973. However, the UK had always maintained a distance from the EU. It has its own currency and refrained from joining the Schengen agreement which removes internal border controls within the EU.
Brexit (British Exit) is the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union on January 31, 2020. The process began on January 23, 2016 when the UK voted to leave the EU. The residents decided that the benefits of belonging to the unified monetary body no longer outweighed the costs of free movement of immigration. As a result of this exit, the new trade agreement could raise tariffs and cause inflation. Tariffs will be imposed on imports between the UK and EU and raise the cost of exports. This would hurt UK exporters as their goods become more expensive in Europe.

 2) a brief discussion of how the topic relates to food and agriculture
The UK and the EU share an important agri-food trading relationship. EU countries export large volumes of agri-food products to the UK, notably fresh and processed fruits and vegetables, meat products, and food preparations. In 2017, the value of these exports came to 40 billion. The withdrawal will interrupt the food supply, large impacts on the British food system and diet-related risk factors because the majority of the domestic demand for

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