By M. Hampton
American citizens and Europeans understand probability in a different way. american citizens stay extra non secular than Europeans and customarily nonetheless think their state is providentially blessed. American safeguard tradition is comparatively good and contains the deeply held trust that existential probability on the planet emanates from the paintings of evil-doers. the USA needs to hence occasionally interfere militarily opposed to evil. the eu Union (EU) safety tradition version differs from conventional eu iterations and from the yankee version. the idea that of hazard as evil misplaced salience as Western Europe grew to become extra secularist. Threats turned difficulties to regulate and unravel. The upsurge in anti-immigrant and anti-foreigner sentiment in the course of fiscal situation undermines this version.
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Bush’s decision to invade Iraq, and the neo-conservative agenda that helped propel it, sounded similar, although the Providence narrative eroded over time and undercut American support, a topic that will be addressed in chapter five. The American public support for war against Spain and in support of Cuban independence at the end of the nineteenth century clearly revealed emerging American nationalism, the belief in good vs. evil, and the need for missionary intervention. The war was the first modern media war, and elites used the media to frame the war through the lens of casting Spain as the evil, decadent European power vs.
The counterstrategy must therefore be swift, thorough and overwhelming in force. The assumption that the threat is always external and that wars will be fought elsewhere is confirmed by the fact that the United States never had a Homeland Security agency until the attacks of 9/11 occurred. Wars were not anticipated to be fought on US soil. The so-called American way of war requires a massive military that grinds down opponents on a foreign “GOD HAS FAVORED OUR UNDERTAKING” 39 battlefield. ”84 This is the strategy of annihilation, and it has characterized war-fighting American preferences since the Civil War.
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A Thorn in Transatlantic Relations: American and European Perceptions of Threat and Security by M. Hampton