Where did this idea come from that somehow other nations do not have sovereignty. You can disagree with their policies as much as you want but we need to stop this interventionist nonsense. Be an example for the world and let others learn and decide what is best for them.
@komododragon8 - You know I agree with you on abortion, but we have no right telling another country how to write laws. We can encourage, support groups in the country, we can offer assistance to women seeking aborting, but I am unwilling to force other nations using American might.
TBR: I would most certainly support aid to pro abortion groups in these nations but I guess I just prefer military action as a quicker solution. Of course I could be wrong and military action just destabalizes the nation to a degree in which no progress is made but there are risks associated with all decision.
Nothing. It's not our business. As much as I disagree with how Latinoamerican nations deal with this issue, I am not really interested in involving myself in them. I am more concerned about my own country and the laws that govern it.
The legality of abortion is no way near a conclusion in the US - half the population oppose abortion and around half of the politicians as well. So the USFG cannot preach to other countries about an issue that is still very arguable.
It's different with issues such as torture, slavery or sexism, since none of these issues have valid philosophical support. Abortion, in contrast, has a strong body of valid criticisms.