The Importance Of American Exceptionalism

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America is the greatest country in the world! Yet, within the borders of the US, Americans pettily argues over such a declaration. However, when it comes to the ‘international response’, are these preconceived pronouncements hailed, or are taken as offensive threat? It is important for any country to prosper, that they know how to ‘negotiate’ and ‘resolve conflict’ with other countries. America is no exception. America’s political and military leaders must know how to ‘negotiate’ and ‘resolve international conflicts’. However, this is not an easy feat to accomplish. In fact, other countries have perceived the US by its 'American Exceptionalism' ideologies advocates, which could have potentially created unnecessary tension and/or barriers during times of ‘negotiations’ and/or ‘conflict resolution’. America’s political and military leaders have learned the importance of, and have studied to understand the different cultural means for ‘negotiations’ and ‘conflict resolution’. However, not all other countries have done the same in return. With that perceptive, it would be wise for our political and military leaders to also understand how other countries view us, and view our conflict resolution style. …show more content…

Does 'American Exceptionalism' mitigate or aggravate the potential for conflict between the U.S. and other nations? To derive the answer, we need to understand our own Intercultural Conflict Styles (ICS), along with a deeper understanding of our culture domains and dimensions, assessing their characteristic to 'American

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