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The issue at hand is of course, are liberty and democracy good for every country.Though, as an American, when I look at the argument I see; it works for us so why cant it work for them? And although it doesn’t state so, I believe the underlying question in the article is whether the US should promote democracy through force. Thefirst writer, Michael McFaul, argues; “liberty and democracy are desirable for every country, that the condition exists to increase the number of democratic nations, and that the US can and should use it power to encourage and support liberty and democracy in nations that have never before enjoyed freedom.
Michael McFaul sees democracy as appropriate rule for every Nation, Country, and being on earth. Mcfaul believes eliminating Nations without democracy promotes homeland security, and better secures the human race.”No democracies are enemies of the US.” “Democracies do not attack each other.” “Every foe of the US – Iraq, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Cuba, and (possibly in the near future) China – is a Dictatorship. Mcfaul compares the war against this new “ism” to that of the war against communism.His stand is behind quick military action by the United States. “The US once again must become a revisionist power.We must seek to isolate and destroy our enemies by eliminating their regimes and safe havens. The ultimate purpose of American power is the creation of an international community of democratic states that encompasses every region of the planet.” The second writer, Robert D. Kaplan, argues; “Recent experience demonstrates that not all nations have the conditions in which democracy can thrive, that some nations prosper without it, and that democracy can be less important in the future.” Robert D. Kaplan sees democracy as a successful method of rule within Nations that have the appropriate abilities to cope with it.He does not believe democracy is for every country. Kaplan compares democracy to Ch…