2016年 第2回英検1級 解答を作る

The current democratic system in developed countries doesn’t seem to be operating efficiently. However, a better alternative system that gives benefits to people still can’t be found. So, the democratic nations still have the intention of spreading democracy in all areas.

There are three reasons why I feel this way.

First, democracy can accept the opinions of all people. The number of humans on the earth is so big that completely satisfying results cannot be reached, but democracy can accept as many opinions as possible and give a chance to reform less beneficial regulations or even systems themselves. By establishing a democratic system in nondemocratic nations, almost all people may be able to live more peaceful lives, and also peaceful situations can be maintained around the world.

Second, advanced technologies can do everything. A lot of information on political situations can be acquired, whether or not they are correct. The information, though, can help people understand current situations. Capabilities of getting information are a top priority to change bad systems like dictatorship, into a democratic system. Thanks to the technologies, while people in nondemocratic nations can learn about current problems concerning their nations, people in democratic nations can positively help improve their old systems in the democratic way.

Third, military powers, with tools such as weapons, warplanes and warships, can do efficient things to change nondemocratic nations into democratic ones. Aside from whether they are right, the powers can forcefully lead to metamorphosing current systems.

So, my implication about this question is that as democratic nations have economically and technologically high capabilities, and strong military powers, they can spread democracy in both peaceful and forceful ways.     

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