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Keeping Peace In The Future In my opinion there are two main ways of securing peace in the up coming decades The first way is that of a realist approach and a liberal one In the eyes of a realist national security can one hand only be reached by a destructive capability and the ability to intimidate anyone that defies or threatens national security On the other the realist will however not intervene if conflicts do not measure up with national interest Either way the realists believe this and this alone would maintain the peace for the future The liberalists however believe that a more unified body with all peace-loving nations can be the best way of conflict management They believe that any conflict in the world should be controlled before it can ever escalate in to a bigger one To start of with the realists believe that a greater military body would create a balanced and therefor peaceful world To achieve this the realists see possibilities of enlarging the power of NATO and other military governmental organizations To create more members and enlarging the firepower would in realistic eyes decrease countries to enter conflict The liberalists find this a very poor argument They find that with a possible expansion of NATO and increasing power of the organization that the third-world countries can be left out Liberalists tend to think more in the format of the United Nations They think with the Expansion of the Security Council that global peace can be maintained in a more unified universal manner Also they believe that the General Assembly could increase in power and take a more serious role in international disputes and conflict resolving By increasing this power it would call on a more responsible Secretary-General and there as giving the United Nations as an inter-governmental body more strength
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