Liberalism also shares the idea with realism to use military power to get what they want or need, also military power can be used if other country threatening or bully on the own liberal state. But theoretically liberalism is the theory of peace and development and believes in measuring power through economy, liberal ideas such as freedom of religion, free markets, civil rights, democratic societies, gender equality, international cooperation, freedom of speech and press, when with the other hand realism believes in ideas such as conflicts, aggression, militaristic expansions and also they believe that state would act according to their own ideas and needs when liberals believe that state would act according to their populations needs and ideas. But both theories share the idea that without military power state can be destroyed or insulted by another country. I consider myself as a liberal and mostly liberalism is theory which makes me thinking about things that can be changed in aggressive world by liberalism such as equal rights regardless of sexual orientation or to have every woman the same rights as men, through liberalism I also believe in freedom and equal living wage. I have sympathies to liberalism because believe in government actions to achieve equal opportunity and
In his essay, Emmett Rensin utilizes real-world examples in order to trigger emotion in his audience and solidify his argument as the truth. While this essay does not often utilize the rhetorical appeal of ethos, an amount of credibility can be distinguished from Rensin 's position as a liberal writer. In his argument, he highlights three major faults found commonly amongst liberal masses: the knowing, the judgement, and the hate. While all three faults are internally linked, each has its own significant blemish on the liberal image. While he does not directly state his audience, one can assume that Rensin wrote not only to call the offending liberals out for their errors, but also to inform a younger audience in order to evoke change within the liberal community.
In Ronnie Lipschutz’s book entitled The Constitution of Imperium, Lipschutz, a critical theorist, offers a rational and thought provoking evaluation of the United States’ social, political, and economic influence in the International arena. The Constitution of Imperium that Lipschutz discusses is a paradoxical document proposed by the Bush administration that would approve of the US’ ability to operate outside of the US Constitution without any written consent, besides the actual Constitution of Imperium itself. This new Constitution would lend more influence to the US by allowing it to have greater political, social, and economic power over other actors who agree to policies, or organizations that were created by the US. Lipschutz proposes that the US has been building its imperium since the end of WWII with its creation of organizations such as the United Nations.
There have been several disadvantages that have been linked with political careerism. These factors were found to be detrimental to the representative democracy, which forms the basis of the American democratic foundation. However, term limits have shifted the identity of representative legislature, as will be demonstrated in this paper. This discussion draws its purpose from the theme of term limits and its effects on the political and institutional frameworks within the US. In the paper,
Party polarization is the process where political factions spatially align themselves ideologically in reference to other factions. In simpler terms, it is when parties pick sides on the current issues. Most if not all of the polarization effects occur when it is paired with other trends such as partisanship and fractionalization. While polarization can manifest itself in many ways in different political systems, the party polarization in the U.S. is what will be discussed here. Although polarization usually creates negative effects, in certain situations it can be very beneficial, but in the U.S.’s case specifically polarization is becoming a burden on the democratic process.
However, another assumption is the complete opposite from the first assumption. As beneficial as it could be, economic interdependence could be one dangerous factor in the world function. That will be explained in detailed in this paragraph. The second assumption claimed that economic interdependence could also lead the world to instabilities and insecurities as well. First of all, economic interdependence is not always about peaceful cooperation all the time.
We can summarize the benefits of federal systems in the fact that it helps to Lead to the spread of security and internal peace, Develop common values, Encourage or lead to democratic pluralism, Protect and lead to a moderation between the differences, The losers are turning to the winners at the level of the region and finally, it get the government closer to the people. On the other hand, the federal government comes with also some disadvantages. Federal system can lead to duplication of government and inefficient, over-lapping or contradictory policies in different parts of the country. Also, it can lead to inequality between the states and lead to damaging competition and rivalry between them.
This is due to the fact both states do not agree on the same ideals and lifestyles. While Owen’s theory does prove the accommodation of U.S. foreign policy, it also showcases how U.S. foreign policy can be belligerent to other states. However, the U.S. is not intentionally belligerent to other states, this only occurs when a difference in ideals is presented and poses as a threat. Though U.S. foreign policy mainly accommodates other states, as long as both share liberal ideals. Essentially, Owen’s liberal peace theory does capture the objectives of the Truman Doctrine.
To what degree do partisan media affect democracy? On its face, the effect of the biased press would appear limitless, given that it attracts a multitude of the audience. Television interviews, political discussions, and expert opinions from various media outlets have regularly practice brown envelope journalism with the aim of receiving monetary inducements. Diverse media platforms continue to add more partisan messages through publication and reporting of centrist news. Evidence for a causal relationship between biased reporting and viewer 's behavioral change draw out mixed reactions that need to be understood.
They also contended for special and differential treatment, both through the Generalized Systems of Preferences (GSP) and through the automaticity with which the balance of payment exclusion was used to authorize them to continue relying upon quantifiable boundaries and other protectionist measures. Not all developing countries nor manufactured goods are protected by the numerous preferences provisions. The Most Favored Nations (MFN) provides cuts that would shelter a wider variety of products and certainly would benefit some developing countries currently excluded from the GSP. The MFN tariff reductions also offer more advantageous access to world markets for unrestricted trade volumes (Baldwin & Murray,