In 2004, a Washington Post article concluded. “Why take political, financial and potential military risks when there is no strategic or domestic cost to remaining on the sidelines?" Does the U.S. have an obligation to prevent mass human suffering? Should the US promote human rights abroad? What does it gain or lose? (closes 6-17 @ 11:30 pm)
Please remember, your post should not just be your "opinion" but based on thinking about US role in the world, what consequences such policies have on US power, influence, soft power, hard power, unintended consequences, credibility etc.
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Each individual nation is supposed to protect or has a responsibility in protecting its people
from war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, and ethnic cleansing as well as coming up
with their own policies. But many of the cases is that some of the foreign countries population is
subjected to war crimes, genocides, other kinds of human suffering and crimes against humanity,
which unfortunately are directl...