A foreign policy free of condescension

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A condescending view of other nations drives much of US foreign policy, but it shouldn’t.

The US doesn’t trust other nations and regions to take care of themselves, and it often acts according to its own notions of what other countries need.  It continues to do this as it racks up failure after failure testifying to the arrogance and futility of its approach. Continue reading