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Is American foreign policy today dominated by national self-interest or does it have a moral element at its core?
The debate between the realist and idealist schools of international relations is definitely not a unique one to American politics in relation to foreign policy, however this divide has often been most clearly illustrated in the running of American foreign policy.<Tab/> Woodrow Wilson, Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan are often viewed as the most striking examples of idealism in foreign policy, they have seen America's role as a moral crusader fighting for the classically American ideals of democracy, free-markets and human rights. Whereas Theodore Roosevelt, Richard Nixon and…
- Is American foreign policy today dominated by national self-interest or does it have a moral element at its core?
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