怀疑的理由显而易见。历史学家大谈美国例外论和道德论，而现实主义外交家，如乔治·凯南（George F. Kennan，冷战时期美国“遏制”思维之父）一直警告美国以德治国（moralist-legalist）传统的危险。国际关系是无政府主义王国；不存在提供秩序的世界政府。国家必须为自己提供防务，当面对生存危机问题时，可以不择手段。有有意义的选择，就没有伦理。哲学家说，“应该即能够。”没人能够因为你没有完成不可能之事而怪罪你。
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reports from Minsk, where peaceful protests against a fraudulent presidential election are underway.
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