Proactive American Foreign Policy
George F. Kennan once said, "A political society does not live to conduct foreign policy; it would be more correct to say that it conducts foreign policy in order to live". One believes that America should have the aims to proactively pursue the goal of helping to create an atmosphere of security, stability, prosperity, friendship, and cooperation among all countries in the world. One believes that the type of foreign policy the U.S. should pursue is proactive, because engaging proactively in world peacemaking would prevent conflicts in the future, the current terribly flawed logic of pursuing a policy of preemptive strikes against our adversaries is a path fraught with peril, and their is historical evidence to back-up a proactive foreign policy.
A proactive foreign policy would let us take action to make peace a reality in areas around the world, particularly looking for ways to build sustainable roots for peace in conflictive areas.…
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