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No man wants to live in the shadow of another one power while on the other hand man never gives up the ambition of influencing and even controlling his fellow countrymen Therefore the democracy is invented to alleviate the conflict between the instinct of chasing power and the will of equality namely democracy is a system to prevent the emergence of dictatorship and ensure the sharing power of all citizens However the principle of democracy abided by in the domestic political life never gets the upper hand in the struggle with hegemony in international relations during long history of human being To some extent the contemporary and modern international history is also the history of chasing hegemony by powers According to patterns or methods taken by the hegemonist to maintain hegemony three different types of hegemonies exist They are strength hegemony institution hegemony and culture hegemony Strength hegemony is the traditional hegemony It emphasizes the importance of force Using force and threat against the territory integrity and political independence of any countries challenging the existing hegemon is its philosophy which partly results in the outbreak of First World War and Second World War and the advent of cold war In practice any hegemon worshiping and cherishing the concept of strength hegemony will concentrate on developing maintaining and making use of their military and economic power They tend to ignore the international organizations and laws or acknowledge them as tools to serve their interests or their rivals Institution hegemony is the way and strategy to consolidate existing hegemony structure through designing maintaining and enforcing international institution It builds on the existing unchallengeable power of hegemon such as political and economic power In other word institution hegemony depends on strength hegemony However contrary to the latter it attaches much importance to benevolent rule that is rule by virtue rather than by force which decides its emphasis on the importance of mutual interests Making best use
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