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These forces have prevented the region from achieving liberation (Alkadry 745).
Cultural heritage caused by lack of democratic institutions and installation of institutions that favored the British is responsible for lack of progression towards democracy and liberation in Islamic nations. Defensive modernization, imperialism, and direct colonialism work together in some instances against the self-determination of Middle East people.
There are mainly two differences between the two traditional democracies. First, the role of the government for western traditional is to protect the individuals’ right to liberty, property, and life while the government’s role in Islamic tradition is to provide economic and social justice. Second, western democracies emphasize more on institutions of democracy and process while in Islamic nations what matters most is the outcome of the democratic.
The administrators of colonial countries oppressed people of the Middle East. In other words, they carved them and put regimes that wound not unite the people in the Middle East. The indirect role played by the United States served its interests over those of the Middle Eastern people and this made the people not to experience the fair process of liberation.
Globalization is an integration process between nations, people and countries, relates to the situation in the Middle East. For example, without a stable political environment, globalization would not be effective within the region. Additionally, globalization may compromise the sovereignty of independent
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This study answers for theses questions Is America a modern day Imperialist state and can it be considered as an American Empire? Indeed can there be any such thing as an Empire in today’s sense of the democratic, political world? These are the questions the average American must examine before coming to the conclusion of America’s importance.
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