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America Kills Itself With its Own Foreign Policies

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Our country is still suffering deeply from an economic recession and currently has extremely unstable relationships with foreign countries. In this era, the United States (U.S.) is the only remaining superpower, so you will think that America would improve its own economy and foreign relations. Truth is our country suffers from both domestic and foreign problems that remain unsolved. There are budget cuts in almost every area or our government and the government are even considering higher taxes. These domestic problems are still no comparison to the hatred many foreigners have for our government. The cause of all this problems is due to the U.S. constantly intervening in foreign affairs that do not relate of effect our country in anyway in the present or future. To fix these problems, the U.S. should interfere less in the affairs of other countries.
In the past and this very day, foreign affairs had pulled the U.S into unnecessary wars that depleted our resources and damaged our economy. Our aggressive management of foreign affairs between other countries involved our nation into wars that had nothing ti do with us. The results of our conduct are our lost in many of our resources and young lives. An example is the Vietnam War, which had begun as a political goal of North Vietnam to merge with South Vietnam as one again. This war had has no negative or powerful impact in America, yet our government joined the war. The Vietnam War ended in the defeat of South Vietnam and America. From this war only, the U.S. suffered $58,220 American casualties, not including the disabled, and used about $664 billion dollars, $8 trillion today. In addition to the money spent and the lives lost in proxy wars and other foreign affairs, during the ...

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... so we can set an example for other countries that the right thing is to work to benefit out all our citizens, not abuse and ignore their pleas, because of a government’s political ambitions or beliefs.
Over the years of U.S. history, we “police” other countries and influence their politics to out benefits only. Our government bullies other countries in the name of our ideals and completely disregards our losses in resources and lives. Our lack of consideration eroded out foreign relations and caused greater problems like terrorism in the U.S. The government not only disregards other countries, they also neglect the American citizens. The U.S. government needs to stop policing other counties through our political power and influence now. As for us, as U.S. citizens, we must do our best to change the ways of our nation for the better of all people living on Earth.

In this essay, the author

  • Opines that the u.s. should intervene less in the affairs of other countries to fix domestic and foreign problems that remain unsolved.
  • Opines that the u.s.'s aggressive management of foreign affairs between other countries involved our nation into wars that had nothing to do with us.
  • Opines that the u.s. should learn from past mistakes and prevent further tragedies by changing its ways in foreign affairs.
  • Opines that the lessening of american intervention is not without disagreement. they argue that many foreign policies in the past had succeeded in achieving america's political goals and made america the nation it is today.
  • Opines that the u.s. government should stop policing other counties through its political power and influence now.
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