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Repair our bilateral relationships and alliances

We must engage the world community in a more positive way if we are to solve problems that do not respect borders and are not specific to any one country. The war against terrorism can only be won through multinational efforts. Similarly, we must work with other nations to solve problems related to greenhouse gas emissions, poverty, communicable diseases, the AIDS epidemic, land mine usage, and sustainable development.
Source: Campaign website, MikeMiles4Senate.com Jun 30, 2004

Work with the UN and other countries

As the only superpower, we must help restore peace to the Middle East. First, we must help reconstruct Iraq in a way that fosters movement along a democratic path. We must work with the UN and other countries to do so. That means we have to give up real control over some aspects of rebuilding Iraq to other countries and to the Iraqi people.
Source: Campaign website, MikeMiles4Senate.com Jun 30, 2004

Engage the world community on terrorism, CO2, AIDS

We must engage the world community in a more positive way if we are to solve problems that do not respect borders and are not specific to any one country. The war against terrorism can only be won through multinational efforts. Similarly, we must work with other nations to solve problems related to greenhouse gas emissions, poverty, communicable diseases, the AIDS epidemic, land mine usage, and sustainable development.
Source: Campaign website, mikemiles4senate.com, "Issues & Positions" Jun 15, 2004

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