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  • Yes diplomacy need hegemonic democracy

    Achieving diplomacy in the Middle East is even harder then anywhere else because of their disjointed ness in their political structure. Even if you acheive democracy in on city, the rest of the province will remain the same. Before diplomacy is reached there needs to be a hegemonic democracy in the Middle East so that there are standards and regulations.

  • Yes, diplomacy is complicated by mideast democracy.

    Diplomacy is always a tricky thing when it comes to international politics. But I think the continued strife in the middle east definitely makes it even more difficult. Not every nation, ally or not, always agree with either side of the conflicts that take place in the middle east. I think that it is important to make sure that the middle east tries to take care of its own problems.

  • It's complicated by totalitarianism.

    No, I do not think that diplomacy is complicated by mideast democracy, because diplomacy is something that is more likely in democracy. With democratic leadership a nation is more likely to reach out to another, not less likely. Totalitarianism and extremist groups are the reason that diplomacy in the middle east is complicated.

  • No, democracy makes diplomacy easier

    Diplomacy is rarely complicated by democracy. The problem in the Middle East is that there is very little democracy. Even the supposed democracies are not particularly democratic. If they were, diplomatic relations would be significantly easier. Its very hard to have a diplomatic relationship with a theocracy or a totalitarian government.

  • No, democracy makes diplomacy easier

    Diplomacy is rarely complicated by democracy. The problem in the Middle East is that there is very little democracy. Even the supposed democracies are not particularly democratic. If they were, diplomatic relations would be significantly easier. Its very hard to have a diplomatic relationship with a theocracy or a totalitarian government.


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