Has American Imperialism Shaped the World in the 20th Century? By Leighton James Hughes

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The world is a much more dangerous place as a result of America's determination to save it. This is due to excessive entanglement in areas of entrenched tribal conflicts, such as in Afghanistan and Iraq. Despite his usual fetishism for America and empire, even Ferguson acknowledges the failures outnumber the successes roughly four to one and that in the countries that the United States intervened in militarily, between 1898 and the present, only a tiny handful were successfully transformed into quasi-American societies. It is probable that the Cold War would not have helped the American cause for the proliferation of capitalism and liberal democracy, in that there was a broad acceptance that each sides' influence be contained. The period of the Cold War was intrinsic, however. Yet, despite this, the more intervention America wills for today, the more the world will become...

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All is included in the bill... by Ethan Hollow on Friday, Sep 7, 2012 at 3:34:24 AM