The United States Always Loses Its Wars: Global Superpower On the Wrong Side of History
Added on September 25, 2015
Author Ernst Cole
Edition First Edition
Published March 29, 2015
File Size 465.66 KB
The United States Always Loses Its Wars: Global Superpower On the Wrong Side of History 465.66 KB - The United States started to project assertiveness in its strategy, power, and dominance, which has extended from particular regions to the entire globe over time. Then, 9/11 occurred, further devastating the already aggravated scene. The ultimate product which emerged from this was in the form of an overly proactive foreign policy with extraordinary measures.
There now shines direct links of its actions and the goals of her foreign policy.
The Pentagon has now crossed all moral and ethical lines. Experts believe that this overstretch could become the cause of a decline for U.S.
Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq and Middle East have been the most humiliating turf wars for Washington. Be it is traditional warfare, sponsored rebellions, economic chessboards or diplomatic tables, or hired mercenaries, the United States confronts the same fate: Upset and disgrace! Its malicious actions, through sponsored terrorism, economic devastation and ulterior motives have created anarchy on a global... scale. Do you want to download or read a ebook? It is available in PDF or epub format in the source
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