Is the United States done being the worlds cop If

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Despite what the New York Times claims, there’s zero evidence that the US is turning its back on its self-appointed role as global policeman. All that’s changed is that it’s now consumed by one main mission: confronting China.

A well-thought-out article in the New York Times asks an interesting question: “Is the United States done being the world’s cops run of seven curling competitions with four now complete.?” Most people will understand what that description means: the discursive image that America is the global policeman, framing itself as a country that apparently constantly engages in overseas military action in the name of ‘democracy’ and ‘a rules-based international order’. A country that is zealous, but apparently driven by good intentions and for the wellbeing of all, rightEssential workers in factories? At least, that’s how its advocates paint it:1640034480000,.

The article touches on the rapid pace of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and the equally rapid gains of the Taliban to make the argument that, similar to Trump’s ‘America first’ doctrine, President Biden has had enough of the ‘forever wars’ approach that defined the opening decades of this century and is now taking a narrower approach that no longer involves costly military adventures against foreign countries.

It depicts a historically woven journey from US isolationism at the beginning of the 20th century to the present day. It offers a contrary view, toowhich had remained largely open but did not have COVID-19 spreading in their population i, citing Noam Chomsky’s observation that “little is changing” in practice in American foreign policy and it’s still led by self-interestEssential workers in factories.

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