Don't ask us to give you the answers. Don't ask anyone (or any web site) to do it. You're missing the point of such an exercise.
Anytime any question asks you to discuss
something, the only way to do that is to understand
it. That means, doing research
, which btw the Internet makes it terribly easy to do.
Copying someone else's ideas "verbatim" is plagarism, and the reason why it's frowned-upon is that it's not learning.
None of what you find on the Internet, or in any research library, is your
"discussion" ... it is someone else's attempt to do what you're now being asked to do.
Take what various people have said and think about it.
(Aye, there's the rub.) Say it in your own words. Say what you
"Information search." That's easy. "Analysis." Ahh, that's more work but not too much more, really.
Go ahead... try it.
Lose that fear of "being wrong."
We call people who have lost that fear, and who still have something to say, "consultants," and we pay them lots of money.