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The US has caused a lot of problems in Central American countries using intervention One of the United States biggest problems is with interfering in other nations business The United States has intervened with many countries when they were in trouble Such countries as Panama Vietnam and Iraq have all been messed up by the United States The United States gets greedy some times and waits to help a country only after it gets what it wanted The only time the United States helps a country is if it will help themselves in the long run it seems clear that with Panama the United States had a few purposes to do that Here are a few examples In 1985 when Torrijos who was the dictator of Panama died that took care of one of the United States problems but it made another Millett n pg Manuel Noriega a drug trafficking gangster took over and was the new dictator Some people would wonder how a person involved in drug trafficking was the leader of a country That was easy for him the United States did not want to stop him In 1986 the United States praised him for his anti-drug trafficking policy and his version of a democracy Zmag n pg Eventually the United States had to do something to take care of this dictator Since at least 1972 Noriega had been involved in drug trafficking and he had also never been elected president Zmag n pg In 1984 and 1989 Noriega had stolen the elections using fraud and violence Zmag n pg The United States say they dont want drugs in their country yet they let a drug trafficker run the country of Panama Back during the 70s the Nixon administration thought about assassinating Noriega because he was helping with the drug trafficking Zmag n pg They did not get him when they had the chance because he was helping
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