I've been having a desultory argument with some USians about draft-dodging.
One faction says it's every citizen's duty to serve his country, by doing what the government asks, whether he agrees with a particular war or not. The other faction says that an individual should refuse to participate in illegal or immoral actions, even if it means disobeying your government. That's one point of contention.
Recently in Egypt, and other places, even to a very small extent in Canada, we have seen people stand up to authority, disobey and oppose their governments. Yet none of these people are disloyal to their country.
There are many issues of contention, political, military and economic - but most interestingly, psychological and philosophical.
How do you define the country - or nation - to which you are loyal?