Example sentences for: democracies

How can you use “democracies” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • A variation on the theory that democracies don't go to war with each other, the golden arches hypothesis was proved false even before his book's publication date by the war between NATO and Serbia (where the Belgrade McDonald's franchises were promptly vandalized).

  • Indeed, democracies that take too many risks for peace may not win popular support, as the Israeli elections show.

  • In fact, the thriving capitalist democracies of South Korea and Taiwan seem to blatantly violate Huntington's logic, showing how fast cultures can switch orientations from one "civilization" to another.

  • While it's probably true that democracies are unlikely to go to war unless they're attacked, sometimes they are the first to take the offensive.

  • Because the Muslim world has fallen behind the West politically, economically, and militarily for the past three centuries, and because few tolerant or secular Muslim democracies provide alternative models for the future, Bin Ladin's message finds receptive ears.


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