Morality in US Foreign Policy
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The paper shows how morality has played a substantial role in U.S. foreign policy strategy, and argues that it should continue to do so. However, the paper asserts that whether this "morality" is genuine is questionable, and lately the U.S. has appeared to many to be the equivalent of a greedy bully, seeking financial benefits with no care for assisting the impoverished, oppressed, and/or those who may benefit from a morality driven U.S. foreign policy. The paper argues that these U.S. foreign endeavors are done under the guise of morality, which often result in more harm than good for the citizens of nations that such U.S. foreign policy is choosing to target, which is immoral in its very nature.
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