Tag Archives: American exceptionalism

Is The United States An Accidental Empire?

How did the United States end up with an empire — and how is that responsibility handicapping the country’s future?

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Just Who Fears Democracy? On the Need to Update the American Republic

How have today’s Europeans turned out to be the real practitioners of the American notion of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”?

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Toward a Pacific-Oriented America? (Part I)

Is the United States really shifting from an Atlantic to an Asia-Pacific orientation?

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U.S. Politics as “Societal Malware”

Can a poorly operating political system infest a country like a computer can fall prey to a virus?

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America as Number Two: We’d Try Harder

The case for acknowledging America's slide from first place — and how the United States can use reality to get back on track.

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A Call for the United States to Rediscover Its Ideals

What can George Washington and Elvis Presley teach U.S. policymakers about the value of modesty as a tool of powerful multilateralism?

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The Globalist’s Top Ten Features of 2010

What were some of the most thought-provoking features published on The Globalist in 2010?

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Using American Exceptionalism to Block Change

By constantly invoking American exceptionalism, are U.S. conservatives actually serving to make America less exceptional?

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Reading the Tea Leaves in November

Is the United States ready to accept the 21st century?

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The United States’ Identity Crisis

Why does the United States stand at a crossroads in its effort to redefine its position in the international marketplace?

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