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America Should Be the World's Policeman : A Debate / Intelligence Squared.

Other author/creatorFilms for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Other author/creatorFilms Media Group.
Other author/creatorIntelligence2.
Format Video (Streaming) and Electronic
Publication InfoNew York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2014], ©2008.
Description1 streaming video file (100 min.) : sound, color
Supplemental Content Part of the Films on Demand collection
Subject(s)
Contents Introduction: Intelligence Squared U.S. (2:52) -- Debate "Housekeeping" (2:47) -- For the Motion: Max Boot (7:31) -- Against the Motion: Ellen Laipson (7:37) -- For the Motion: Michael Mandelbaum (6:20) -- Against the Motion: Matthew Parris (8:06) -- QA: Diplomacy as Alternative (1:53) -- QA: Limits of Engagement (1:30) -- For the Motion: Douglas Murray (7:14) -- Against the Motion: Ian Bremmer (7:45) -- QA: How Can America Police Iraq and Afghanistan? (1:57) -- QA: Will the World Follow U.S. Leadership? (2:06) -- Pre-Debate Vote Results (0:49) -- QA: Will American Public Support World Policeman Role? (2:24) -- QA: What Should We Do with UN Peace Missions? (1:46) -- QA: British Empire as Force for Good (2:02) -- QA: Legitimacy of Policeman (1:43) -- QA: Opposition to America (2:27) -- QA: What Do We Do When Others Oppose U.S. Policeman Role? (2:09) -- QA: What To Do About North Korea (2:32) -- QA: Does U.S. Have Enough Power to Be Hegemon? (2:19) -- QA: What is the Criterion for Intervention? (2:35) -- QA: Should We Implement Draft? (2:29) -- QA: World Policing and War Distinction (1:28) -- Closing Statement Against: Ellen Laipson (2:22) -- Closing Statement For: Max Boot (1:56) -- Closing Statement Against: Matthew Paris (2:24) -- Closing Statement For: Michael Mandelbaum (1:37) -- Closing Statement Against: Ian Bremmer (1:58) -- Closing Statement For: Douglas Murray (2:07) -- Time to Vote (2:51) -- Vote Results (1:24) -- Credits: America Should Be the World's Policeman: A Debate (0:31)
Abstract Should the United States, with its enormous military might, act as a global sheriff, policing the world's trouble spots? The proposition team argues that a policeman is necessary in an otherwise anarchic international system, and nobody besides the U.S. is capable. The opposition team argues that, necessary or not, the U.S. is in relative decline and has neither the power nor the legitimacy to play a world police role.
General noteEncoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on August 01, 2014.
General noteFilms on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
General notePart of the series Intelligence Squared.
Access restrictionAccess requires authentication through Films on Demand.
Interest grade level 9 & up.
Technical detailsMode of access: Internet.
Technical detailsSystem requirements: FOD playback platform.
LanguageClosed-captioned.
Source of descriptionTitle from distributor's description.
Issued in other formOriginally produced: Intelligence Squared, 2008.
Genre/formEducational films.
Genre/formInternet videos.
Genre/formVideorecording.
Publisher number58290 Films Media Group

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