Different Conceptions of Power
The respect that American democracy gives to its constitution and generally the rule of law that emanates from it forms the backbone of his power and authority in the internal The powers are legally and legitimately founded by the sovereign will of the American people and their division keeps its balance date and ensures the system of checks and balances that since its genesis, constituted the basic contours of American democracyThe respect that American democracy gives to its constitution and generally the rule of law that emanates from it forms the backbone of his power and authority in the internal. The powers are legally and legitimately founded by the sovereign will of the American people and their division keeps its balance date and ensures the system of checks and balances that since its genesis, constituted the basic contours of American democracy.
This congruence between legality and legitimacy is the main bastion of national power. Hence, its projection to the international level through inter-state relations and its public and private economic interests would have been a natural from the viewpoint of power. American people feel solid and feel and acknowledge of democracy. For that reason they want and drive the vision of democracy in particular the principles of its foreign policy. Digging in their conceptualization of the world and is able to glimpse a very special history and fascinating morality and pragmatism to the death.
Only from the history of power and how they see themselves American citizens can understand the Monroe Doctrine, the wars in the Falkland between Argentina and the United Kingdom of this century and the position held on Cuba in the last 40 years of history. The United States has three historical phases or cycles clearly marked on their experience of power.
The continental expansionism (the war with Mexico, the Civil and the purchase of territory to France, Russia and Mexico), direct interventions in the World Wars and the hints in Turkey, Latin America, Africa and Asia, leaving aside for Of course the Middle East, the activities of its intelligence agencies, the turnover of political power under the Trilateral Commission and the return to orthodoxy of the state in the twenty-first century, with the World Bank view, new Latin American governments and the third way that proclaims the European Union, which no doubt for the United States outlined new challenges, but in no way will give up its interventionist role.
A clear example of the ways in which it took the intervention in U.S. politics since 1962, under the Trilateral Commission policies and their significance in the globalization trend and a scenario currently governing on the international stage is in Jaime Duarte studying Martinez.
Since then (The promulgation of the Monroe Doctrine), the U.S. interventionist actions in the region (Latin America) have taken place under his proposed doctrine, which has been institutionalized through the inter-Americanism Americanism and current, so as was by the Covenant of the League of Nations. These statements are linked to real and objective fact that each time and specific historical circumstances, U.S. foreign policy and execute the strategy draws more suited to their interests and abilities. This brings us to the contemporary scene. The turn of the century and review of the theoretical and conceptual paradigms that international society was characterized by more than 50 years.
From those facts we can reach as a conclusion that is necessary a conceptualization update in order to adapt it to modern society