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The next issue that came up is our defense budget, if we became the global police force then it would cost us a lot of money like it already does “the U.S. defense debt is more than $280 billion more than $1000 for every man, woman, and child in the united states”.
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The next issue is on the U.S. military to carry the burden of international peacekeepers this is not in their duties they are changing in many ways they are relying less on their weapons and more on peace talking. They are becoming softer it seems more like cops and less like troops which could have a negative effect on our military and in some ways it has already, “The reliance on U.S. troops to carry the burden of international peacekeeping has caused a negative effect on the military cause after peacekeeping was put in the duty this has affected enlistment they have not met the goals”(O’Meara). And they have missed these goals by around 6,200 men or even more they do not want to be away from their families unless their country is in danger so they don't want these jobs cause they have roles they don't like just like this one ”soldiers are being taught to depend less on their rifles and more on their communication skills”.(O’Meara) They do not like this they want to fight not talk most of these men don't want to sit in foreign countries for a year or more without seeing their families they want to come home and tell their families their war stories. what they have done for their countries to make their families proud what they have done for uncle sam. Why should our country be the only one putting its citizens lives on the line other countries have troops to who could be doing this job not just us, we are losing lives for other countries who do nothing for us that makes no sense.
But why do they want it to be the U.S. is it we are the best equipped for it? It very well could be the U.S. military is in the process of making two new lighter brigade that can deploy anywhere at anytime and be anywhere in the world in 96 hours or less. Or it may be because of this little fact here ”The american military is prized for its ability to be deployed anywhere around the world at any time”. (O’Meara), that just shows dedication we are already recognized for our speed and we are still working on it. We are one of the best trained and equipped for anything from natural disaster to combat, these I think are all factors to why they want the U.S. military to be a global police force. The U.S. is a country that helps other countries in need it tries its to help others and tries to avoid violent approaches, but if this is what it comes down to we can do it and we can do it well. Weather this is right morally for you or not this is a skill required in this cruel world we live in. So they need someone with alot of allies and a lot of power that is a major thing cause the more friends with power, and more power you have they are more likely to be afraid of you they are gonna be, and less likely they will stand up to you or cause trouble for you. This is another reason why they trust the U.S. with that much power ”ultimately, the world trusts our leadership in part because it witnesses our humanitarian deeds”.(Cockburn) And if you wonder why there has not been much brought up in the past years it is because the terrorist attacks really brought the topic up and the last time it was brought up was when Reagan was president. Plus the U.S. pretty much took the job in and nobody asked questions and they were fine with it as long as it was called peacekeeping not a global police force. But is that the best choice this could get us mixed up in many bad things and we could get told we were picking sides cause we get along with one country better then another. So their is many factors that must be considered when taking on such a big responsibility and will it have a positive or negative effect and they want it because every country is getting more independent and not working as a whole as much. So do you still think it should just be the U.S. job to be the global police force? Or should other countries pitch in? So if you had to pick a nation to take on the duty of a global police force who would you choose?
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