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carlenstar281

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  1. torihyfr
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    with?

  2. carlenstar281
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    with a question please can you help me?

  3. torihyfr
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    i can try my best , whats the question

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    thank you

  5. torihyfr
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    I don't think any major goals have really changed. The major American foreign policy goals have been steady for centuries, and consist of (1) ensuring American security through, first, anticipating strategic threats and developing effective military countermeasures, and, second, developing and maintaining alliances; (2) defending general American interests by insisting on various traditional freedoms, e.g. the freedom to navigate on the high seas or in international air space, the suppression of piracy, et cetera; and (3) the promotion of American values of liberty and opportunity, by, for example, humanitarian aid to victims of natural disasters, and direct government-to-government aid to promote liberal republican forms of government.

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    an your welcome hun

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    thanks again for helping

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    ya welcome

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