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US Military Aid to Foreign NationsThe United States military aid given to Kosovo raises many questions about the foreign affairs policy of the United States of America Now the US is sending its troops to Timor a small island off the northern coast of Australia The US has sent marines to Australia to set up a command post for the troops that the United States will be sending to help with logistics communications and intelligence Many critics believe that the US should not get involved in matters that have no direct impact on the United States But do not Americans believe that all men are entitled to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness If this is true then it should be the United States duty to help those who are oppressed and suffering The US needs to be a global policeman to watch out for the humanitarian needs of ethnic groups and peoples and make sure that they are protected against oppression The US must do what is morally and ethically right the US is one of the only countries large enough to give many forms of help and intervene when interests other than that of national security or interest are at steakAny person who values their human dignity cannot stand by while innocent people are being killed President Clinton believes that if we have the power to stop genocide and ethnic cleansing then we must make every effort to do so In an article in The Washington Times it says that this policy would lead to a vastly expanded policing role for the United States that the American public would never supportSands 4 In view that the US has troops stationed in Korea Senegal Uganda Ghana Mali and Malawi just to name a few countries suggests that the American people are supportive
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