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The Study on America's Exporting Democracy in the Post-Cold War

Author: ZengZhuo
Tutor: LuoHuiJun
School: Central South University
Course: International relations
Keywords: Post-Cold War the United States American-styledemocracy exporting democracy
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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"American-style democracy" is most proud of American products. The U.S. government by "democratic peace" and "end of history," the impact that American democracy will spread to the world, according to the American model for other countries, build the political system and market economy in order to establish a new world order dominated by the United States eventually bring the eternal world peace and development, which is the U.S. government has been voluntary and ideals. After the Cold War, the United States as the world’s only superpower, with its overwhelming economic and military strength, but also fully confident that with your great power to achieve American-style democracy, the goal of world domination. As a result, exporting democracy, the United States rose an important element of national strategy. And China as the leading socialist countries and developing countries, as the matter sorted out in future the only country the United States contend, is always the number one threat to the United States in the eyes, the "American-style democracy" output to China, is the ultimate goal of the United States exporting democracy. Therefore, the output of U.S. democracy-depth study of strategies on how to properly deal with Sino-US relations, national security, deal with the changing world political situation and realize China’s peaceful rise has important and positive meaning.In this paper, the U.S. democratic ideals, development and post-Cold War world, changes in the pattern analysis of the United States exporting democracy causes, by comparing the post-Cold War the U.S. government from the Bush, Clinton, Bush and Obama exporting democracy policy differences, discusses the post-Cold War U.S. foreign output Democracy brought a series of negative effects that the limitations of the United States exporting democracy.

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