Corporations and small businesses should gain substantial leverage in whether or not the USA acts like a foreign policy dove. Corporations and small business should conduct international business with foreign countries to their best advantage whether or not the USA acts like a foreign policy dove. If the USA acts like a foreign policy hawk then corporations and small business should still leverage themselves as best they can to take advantage of foriegn business opportunities.
No, corporations and even small businesses should not influence the government's foreign affairs and policy decisions. The tie between corporations and government has been toxic for the citizens of virtually every first-world country to date, leading to political decisions that favor the needs of businesses over the needs of the people. The same is true for both domestic and foreign policies.
No, corporations and small business should not gain substantial leverage in whether or not the USA acts like a foreign policy dove, because the government is for all the people, not just those who run business. In any event, our space program is run by an energy beverage, so I see why some people want to turn our foreign policy over to Wal Mart.
I think that while the United State's foreign policy stance may have an effect on a corporations International earnings I think that overall the decision on how to react in foreign policy affairs should lay in the US Governments hands, if the corporations and small businesses owners wish to have influence they should back candidates for senate and congress that think the same way they do.
Corporations and small businesses should not gain substantial leverage in whether or not the USA acts like a foreign policy dove. I do not believe that the US government should be controlled by companies. Such a policy would be a dangerous thing for the nation of the United States of America.