6 thoughts on “He said “why-what?”

  1. Monroe Doctrine says:

    “In cultural imperialism, the leader state dictates the internal politics and the societal character of the subordinate states that constitute the hegemonic sphere of influence, either by an internal, sponsored government or by an external, installed government. In the field of international relations theory, hegemony denotes a situation (i) of great material asymmetry in favor of one state, that has (ii) enough military power to systematically defeat any potential contester in the system, (iii) controls the access to raw materials, natural resources, capital and markets, (iv) has competitive advantages in the production of value added goods, (v) generates an accepted ideology reflecting this status quo; and (vi) is functionally differentiated from other states in the system, being expected to provide certain public goods such as security, or commercial and financial stability.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hegemony

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