In Violent Belongings, Kaplan talked about the universal acceptance of the word “imperialism” by the people in the U.S, regardless of their political views. Nevertheless, what the two groups of people support is the “old” imperialism that instills democracy and universal values into a foreign country so that people in that country could raise their living standard. Recently, however, media in
Whether it was neoconservative’s or liberal interventionist’s view of the "old" imperialism, the struggle for the well-being of people in other countries such as democracy and human rights is celebrated. Encountering the new pattern of economic imperialism, are they going to justify it this time?