Incorporate ideas from other lectures (I will send the lecture on Marxism and the lecture outline for International Political Systems and use what you see is suitable), use theorists and theories to analyse and explain your ideas (very important!), and be analytical.
Use lots of (reputable sources).
All facts, figures, tables, graphs, charts, quotations and paraphrasing should be appropriately referenced
All references should include pages numbers where relevant
Marxism in International Relations:
F. Halliday, Rethinking International Relations, ch. 3.
A. Linklater, “Marxism” in S. Burchill and A. Linklater (eds) Theories of International Relations (1996).
V. I. Lenin, Imperialism: the Highest Stage of Capitalism (1996)
J. Rosenberg, “Isaac Deutscher and the Lost History of International Relations”, New Left Review no. 215 (1996).
J. MacLean, “Marxism and International Relations: A Strange Case of Mutual Neglect”, Millennium Journal of International Relations 17:2(1988)
R. N. Berki, “On Marxian Thought and the Problem of International Relations” World Politics 24:1(1971):80-105.
Robert Cox, “Social Forces, States and World Orders: Beyond International Relations Theory”, Millennium Journal of International Studies 10:2(1981):125-151.
A. Linklater, “Realism, Marxism and Critical International Theory”, Review of International Studies 12:4(1986)
I. Wallerstein, et. al. Uncertain Worlds: World Systems Analysis in Changing Times (2012).
I. Wallerstein, World Systems Analysis: an Introduction (2004)