Write an argumentative paper of not more than 2,000 words (8 pages) utilizing the Waghelstein and Chisholm reading as your guide. Your submission should address the background and analysis of the insurgency in order to provide potential recommendations regardless of the historical outcome. Research and analyze an insurgency from the list below. Requirements: • Double spaced • Times New Roman 12 pt. font • One inch margins • Chicago style • Your start point/opening sentence will be: • Given the framework of the provided Waghelstein/Chisholm insurgency analysis, in its 20-year Afghanistan foray, the United States failed to learn one/two/three/four (you choose any number up to four) key lessons from the Soviet failure in facing the Mujahideen from 1979-1989. Specifically, these lapses were (and then list up to four in summary wording) • Then write the rest of the paper going from there, and taking into account what the assignment asks of you. (BTW, you choose the number of failures, but past students have found 4 to be a tidy number because you then only have to write about 2 pages/500 words on each—again, making it easier for you.) • 2—make sure you include two pieces of cited material in each paragraph. • 3—list and use at least 8 (or more) relevant, credible references in your reference list—the Waghelstein/Chisholm document can be one of them. • 4—Times New Roman font, 12 point size • 5—double spaced start to finish including the reference list • 6—one inch margins • 7—a title page, 8 pages of narrative, and a page/more for your reference list • 8—for the title page, use as the model the one I provided you in the Week 2 biblio assignment • 9—for the body of the essay and the reference list, use the example Chicago Style Author-Date essay I posted in my weekly professor’s Chicago Style Cheat Sheet Thread in this discussion forum and every discussion forum since week 2. • 10—by the same token use the Chicago Cheat Sheet linked in the same forum as the sample Chicago essay, for formatting your reference list entries. • 11—Do not use chapter/section titles, just write one continuous narrative of 8 pages • 12—do not exceed 8 pages of narrative, that is more than enough to write this ��� 13—Write in the third person only.