Unformatted text preview: that allies have differing levels of sympathy with and commitment to American national security policies. 4) The New Internationalism: selective multilateralism- the Bush administration believes that international institutions are not currently structured or operating in a way that allows the U.S to fully depend on them for vital national security issues. It follows that these institutions must be reformed before they can be depended upon, if ever. 5) Democratic transformation- here the doctrine presents a twist by using an old solution to solve a new problem. President Bush is not the first president to want to make the world safe for democracy, but he is the first to explicitly voice the strategy of using democracy as a tool to transform or neutralize now-dangerous countries....
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2010 for the course GOVT 380 taught by Professor Tannenwald,n during the Spring '07 term at Cornell.
- Spring '07