The Neo-Conservative emphasis on the need for order -and for the clear demarcation of the 'enemy'- is the only realistic option for liberal societies in the era of fundamentalism'. Discuss.
- Before assessing neo-conservatism to judge whether or not it is the right answer to fundamentalism, this ideology must be detailed and explained
- Neo-conservatism is -due to some of its principles- highly questionable
- Other competing (and more realistic?) ideologies on the debate about fundamentalism and its political processing
It is time to step out and stop the terrorists overseas. We have to play the role of the global policeman and have to shape global environment. I think we have to shape the world better in our own image, and be more aggressive. Boot (2002) refers here to Americans, or America as a nation. As a neoconservative intellectual, the author advocates through his writings and speeches a pro-American foreign policy with the idea of promoting American values through the world. Already, and without even the need to analyze neo-conservatism as a concept, some of its main features are put forward by Boot's assertion. Its close link with America is suggested. For many scholars, the history of neo-conservatism is rooted in the Cold War era. The first neoconservatives were known as strong anticommunist socialists. Some also associate the 1930s and 1940s with the birth of neoconservatives, with major figures like Irving Kristol, linked to left-wing parties (liberal Democrats or even Trotskyites).
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