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Samuel P. Huntington

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Fault Line Conflicts & Torn Countries Fault line conflicts show a trend in which conflicts begin at the local level along ethnic, religious, or tribal lines. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the world has realigned itself along civilizational lines that favor commonalities in culture, language, and religion over political alliances. Geopolitics develop along these new dividing lines with implications for the future of foreign policy and civilizational clashes. Who Will Win? MAIN IDEAS The West vs. the Rest The West once influenced the rest of the world, but other civilizations now reject it. Modernization Modernization is one of the key factors in the clash of civilizations. Key Cleft Country A country that contains large groups of people identifying with separate ethnic, religious, or tribal groups Diaspora A large group of people with a similar homeland who have moved out to places all over the world Collectivism The social outlook that emphasizes the group and its interests Sources: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Foreign Affairs, New York Times Copyright © 2018 Course Hero, Inc. Context Islam & the Muslim World Islam is marked by a strict adherence to religious practices and a bond between its followers. Confucianism is the source of China’s cultural values, social codes, and education. Western Civilization Confucianism & Chinese Culture Western civilization has long seen itself as bringing democracy and equality to the world. e know who we are … often only when we know whom we are against. Samuel P. Huntington, Part 1, Chapter 1 The Clash of Civilizationsby the Numbers Age Huntington graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Yale University 18 Countries in which the United States was involved in military operations in 2014 134 Years the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union lasted ~45 Year the Soviet Union fell 1991 Author Having earned multiple Ivy League degrees and a teaching job at Harvard by age 23, Huntington and his ideas came primarily from an academic background. He eventually served on the National Security Council in the late 1970s, a time marked by rising instability in the Middle East. SAMUEL P. HUNTINGTON1927–2008 English Original Language 1996 Year Published Samuel P. Huntington Author The Clash of Civilizations Nonfiction Political Science

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