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George W Bush Calls for Ending US Isolationist Policies, Globalisation

George W Bush Calls for Ending Isolationist Policies said,great democracies face  serious threats seem to be losing confidence in own calling and competence and Economic, political and national security challenges proliferate and made worse by tendency to turn inward, health of democratic spirit and renewal of that spirit  urgent task at hand,Since World War II, America encouraged and benefited from global advance of free markets, from strength of democratic alliances and from advance of free societies ,20th century featured some of worst horrors of history because dictators committed them and Free nations less likely to threaten and fight each other,For more than 70 years presidents of both parties believed American security and prosperity  directly tied to success of freedom in world and knew  success depended on U.S. leadership,expressed DNA of American idealism,not to underestimate historical obstacles to development of democratic institutions and democratic culture, Such problems nearly destroyed our country and should encourage  spirit of humility and  patience with others, Freedom not merely political menu option or  foreign policy fad, it should be defining commitment of our country and  hope of the world.…………….Please Log in or Subscribe to view full details…..

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