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United States Foreign Policy

To many inside and outside the United States, U.S. Foreign Policy presents a dichotomy of opposing interests between the United States and the rest of the world. In reality, this is not the case most of the time as the most pressing threats, opportunities and policy issues are far more global than national. In fact, with the exception of national defense, the U.S. would be well advised to forego involvement without allied participation. The Foreign Policies below present an opportunity to collaborate and participate with allies in order to advance every members interest.

Iraq

 

Radical Islam

 

Afghanistan

 

Iran

 

North Korea

 

China

 

Lebanon

 

Russia

 

Latin America

 

United Nations

U.S. Foreign Policy

 

  A Root Cause of Our Struggle


America has an energy addiction that produces America's most struggling issues. When we can become energy independent and eliminate foreign oil we will directly and immediately strike a crippling blow to the war on terror, give world peace a change and prosper with never before witnessed economic growth.

 

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