Lecture+15+Should+Democracies+Go+It+Alone

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 15: Should Democracies Go It Alone? INTA 2030: Ethics and International Affairs 4/15/2011 Should Democracies Go It Alone? Should democracies cooperate with each other separately from other states? Maybe an international club just of democracies will find it easier to act on consensus Maybe if democracies decide separately, they will respond better to crises needing humanitarian intervention But would such action be legitimate? By what standards? That is, how would it be legitimate? I n what policy areas should democracies go it alone? The Case for a Concert of Democracies Lindsay: The worlds democracies should form a concert to address the problems of globalization Democracies are militarily, economically and socially powerful, and cooperate well with each other Globalization means that a problem anywhere in the world can quickly cross borders and spread everywhere Democracies should go it alone for increasing security,...
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