Analysis Of The Clash Of Civilization

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Mid-Term Examination The Clash of Civilizations and Its International Implications By: Meidina Felita Alifandra 016201400183 IRE 2014 Diplomacy 2 Semester 7 I. Introduction As being stated by Samuel P. Huntington, the Clash of Civilization is a hypothesis in which the primary sources of conflicts in the post-cold war era are more dominant to the people’s cultural and religious identities. Civilization has three attributes which are the objective elements – language, history religion, customs, and institution; the subjective elements – variable levels of self-identification; and civilization itself is dynamic – they rise and fall, divide and merge. II. The Relation between the “Kin-Country” Theory by Samuel P. Huntington and The…show more content…
In my opinion, the Anti-Americanism hatred in the Arab World is caused mainly by the U.S. who is fully supporting Israel in the economic, political, and military support in order to able to defeat and humiliate the Arab nations. The U.S. certain actions have given and produced profound grievances throughout the Arab World. Arab and Muslim hatred of the U.S. are largely inclined in a form of self-interested manipulation by several groups – groups that use Anti-Americanism to distract public attention from other - within Arab societies. Anti-Americanism in the Arab…show more content…
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