TITLE

Chapter Two: FIGHTING TERROR AND SPREADING DEMOCRACY: WHEN THEORY AND PRACTICE COLLIDE

AUTHOR(S)
Crosston, Matthew
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
Global Community;2008, p17
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 2 of the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It discusses the collision of the two objectives, which are fighting terror and spreading democracy, of the U.S. dual foreign policy priorities. It explains that the long-term victory of U.S. democratic development is compromised when it continues to fight terrorism in places including Central Asia, Iraq and Afghanistan, as a short-term strategy. It asserts that freedom, liberty, prosperity, dignity and justice are the long-term solutions to combating terrorism.
ACCESSION #
57738585

 

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