Monday, May 29, 2006


The United States Disproportional Influence

The United States having a disproportional influence over international global policies with the President of the United State being elected ever four years. This creates instability in global policies with the changing of administrations with the priorities and perception often differing greatly between them. Compounding this is the attitude of each administration that they know what is best for the global community of nations. Using the military, economic recourses, and the United Nations (permanent seat on U.N. Security Council one vote veto) to dictate its policies onto the rest of the global community of nation.

Where American domestic politics more like a football game dividing the world’s nations into us verses them. With one set of policies for us and another set of policies and standard for them, we have a double standard that we run the world by. The concept that one nation can elect the leader of the free world every four years and he can declare war unilaterally, because it is in our national security and interests is reality.

We are at a pivotal point in global history that the United States can relinquish some of it dominating powers over international politics to groups (some new and some old) of multilateral organizations. The United Nation’s Charter to the Security Council Charter must be change so that one nation can veto a vote. This creates a dictatorial platform that one permit member of the U.N. Security Council can control. Some old organizations such as the United Nations must change and be strengthened to work with some newly created organizations on a regional global basis.

Most of the problems and conflicts of a region must be resolved by the regional branches of global organizations and the neighboring governments along with the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s). The Rule of International Law must be strengthened and more defined with all member nations agreeing to follow.

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