Law- regulation of international trade and the Trans Pacific Partnership

(1) identification and logical analysis of the key arguments [structure, premises, conclusion] – including identification of any fallacies; looking at the form of the argument. (precise structure diagrams are not needed; just identification of key premises and conclusions. )
(2) analysis of relevant factual claims or assumptions, including data and causal theory used to interpret such data; looking at the content of the evidence
(3) identification and consideration of ethical, political or economic ideas underlying the arguments
(4) analysis of relevant legal claims or assumptions
(5) your own considered thoughts and proposals in relation to these arguments; your own argument, supported by relevant evidence.