While Europe Slept - part 2 pp 111-135 Summary & Analysis

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part 2 pp 111-135 Summary and Analysis

Johan Galtung is a Scandinavian man and known as the "father of the international peace studies movement. He has received numerous awards and honorary degrees and has held several jobs with international agencies. He is the one that introduced the idea that all international conflict can be settled through dialogue. He also believes that America's readiness to fight against tyranny makes it the biggest threat to world peace and the most dangerous terrorist. The narrator states that if "Galtung and company had their way, the world would be overrun by rogue regimes while democratic governments stood by, every now and then clearing their throats to respectfully request a meeting."

Why is Europe so anti America? One reason is because America is a liberal democracy that has succeeded against their social democracy. Also the American style economy is...

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