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Should the U.S. be involved in foreign countries?

  • Us should be involved in foreign affairs

    United states has the most weapon in the world their the most powerful country in the world if united states join with other countries they will help us because united states helped them before. If you think american citizens will die after going to the war think about other people in the world who will die. (don't think about self because you are not the only person in the world)

  • The US and World Leadership

    I do believe that the US should be involved in the affairs of foreign countries, PROVIDED that it is relevant to critical national and/or global security interests. This support doesn't necessarily mean military action - it can also mean diplomatic support and foreign aid, among other things. The world looks to the US for leadership. The US is supposed to be democracy's last hope. We must engage the world if we want other countries to emulate our values.

  • Yes, if we were not involved in foreign affairs, we'd be screwed

    It is because of foreign relations that we have such things as oil, food, money, and every other necessity that a country needs. We as a super country need to be aware of other countries and what world issues and goods need to be addressed. Yes, America has our own issues which in some light need to be addressed first, however if there is a world issue that is there, it's plain to see that a country cannot be compared to the world.

  • Yes, the U.S. should be involved in foreign countries.

    The security of the United States demands involvement in the world scene. We have been taking a back seat in world politics recently, and I see the world getting further and further out of hand. I agree we are not the world’s landlord, but unless something is done to reunite the people of the world, we are in some trouble.

  • Yes, U.S. involvement in foreign countries is necessary

    The U.S. should be concerned with foreign policy and foreign countries. With the global nature of today's economy, it is ludicrous to believe that the U.S. can survive without support of foreign countries. This does not mean that we should be imposing our political beliefs or religion on other countries. We should be taking part in the global discussion and trying to reach non-violent solutions to world problems.

  • The U.S Is Not an Empire

    Why do we have to take of other countries affair when we; the U.S is in debt and our own citizens are in poverty. All the money that's being wasted to stay in other countries can help our own country and our own citizens. The involvement in other countries isn't about we have to protect the people of Afghanistan or any other countries. The U.S stays in other countries for incentives.

  • Because We Can

    We the U.S are a super power country that can help those who are to weak just look at Iraq after we left just in a year isis came to power, they control about 1/3 of iraq now. Other countries who have our troops in them should be thankful for the security we are giving them.

  • Because We Can

    We the U.S are a super power country that can help those who are to weak just look at Iraq after we left just in a year isis came to power, they control about 1/3 of iraq now. Other countries who have our troops in them should be thankful for the security we are giving them.

  • There are people starving in our streets

    We always hear about the starving children of africa but about the starving families in our own streets. There are thousands of people living off of unemployment. We have a debt of trillions. We cant keep sending money out to help these people when we can barely help ourselves. We need to keep the money in the united states. We have to pay off our debt and feed our families before we can help anyone else.

  • There are people starving in our streets

    We always hear about the starving children of africa but about the starving families in our own streets. There are thousands of people living off of unemployment. We have a debt of trillions. We cant keep sending money out to help these people when we can barely help ourselves. We need to keep the money in the united states. We have to pay off our debt and feed our families before we can help anyone else.

  • I mean, yolo

    Who cares? Yolo, as long as we fresh and icy over here in the states then we good. Like the homie rich hommie juan said. "we doing our thing and staying icy out here" in not our call tis theirs. Keep in mind. Who helps you when you need help? No one, so why help?

  • No. The U.S is already in a hole, We should not need to dig it deeper

    The U.S is already in war, We do not have enough money as it is already, Never less the fact that we are 8billion in debt to china, The U.S should be more concerned about the people than those in other country's . Yes we are in the wrong, But if the people of the U.S got involved and left the people here in starvation , Most than likely we would protest . History tends to repeat it-self

  • No More Intervention

    The people here in the U.S are already in enough debt as it is. Getting involved with other countries is a waste of time, Yes there are countries that need extra money but to be honest the U.S doesn't need to be butting there noses in other people problems when we have many of our own already.

  • No, the US Should Not Be Involved

    No, the US should not be involved in foreign countries. If the US becomes involved in foreign nations, it would be as if the US had a dictatorship over the world. Other countries should have an equal say to how they want to advance and unless it impacts the US in some way, the US should focus more on its internal politics.

  • No, the US Should Not Be Involved

    No, the US should not be involved in foreign countries. If the US becomes involved in foreign nations, it would be as if the US had a dictatorship over the world. Other countries should have an equal say to how they want to advance and unless it impacts the US in some way, the US should focus more on its internal politics.


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