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Should the United States act more stringently when dealing with China's human rights violations?

  • Yes, the United States needs to send a message.

    Yes, the United States should act more stringently when dealing with China's human rights violations, because it sends the wrong message to do nothing. To look the other way sends the message to the rest of the world that the almighty dollar is more important than people who are suffering. The United States needs to send a message.

  • US Should be More Strict with China

    Yes, the United States should act more stringently when dealing with China's human rights violations. The United States often wishes to position itself as a champion of human rights. Yet all too often, it ignores this championing in the name of diplomacy. This presents a mixed message to the rest of the world.

  • The United States should act more stringently when dealing with China's human rights violations.

    The United States should act more stringently when dealing with China's human rights violations. I am against getting involved in other countries debate issues when we have enough on our plate at home that we should be dealing with. However, since we are already there, we should do what we have to do to protect them.

  • The United States should not act more stringently when dealing with China's human rights violations.

    The United States does not have the authority to act on China's human rights policies. China is a sovereign nation, and they can pass their own laws. Also, the United States has human rights abuses of its own, and it supports other counties that have equally bad human rights records.

  • No, the United States should not interfere.

    I do not believe that the United States should be the world police. I believe that it is detrimental to our economy to keep having wars with countries who have no qualms with us. It is a waste of American lives and resources. I think we should leave China alone.


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