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JL Mealer on Foreign Policy

 


Other countries are rarely interested in US well-being

Q: When you think about the US pursuing its interests abroad, how much should the US listen to other countries? Are you a unilateralist or a multilateralist?

A: "Other countries" are rarely to never interested in the US well-being, and if we did not intervene on various occasions, the world would be speaking either Nazi German, Imperialist Japanese, or under the heavy hands of Stalin-like leaders or Soviet rule.

Source: AmericansElect email questionnaire on presidential race , Jan 22, 2012

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