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We can go straight to the horse's mouth (as it were) and look at the Trump administration's claims of accomplishment on whitehouse.gov. The page itself is amateurish — a set of bullet points with no structure, a lot of redundancy, and the occasional lapse into a carnival barker's tone ("SEE the great accomplishments!!!") — but seems like an ...


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Since @yannis removed my comments and wants me to post it as an answer, here it is: Trump moved the United States Israeli embassy to Jerusalem and facilitated the first Israel-Arab peace deal in 26 years. He also replaced NAFTA - that is in the foreign policy. There are also deals with N. Korea and China but this is in progress. Same is with respect to ...


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That list is really misleading -- look at the reasons the US entered the war instead of just looking at the party of the person in office. It should also be noted that the president doesn't have the power to take us to war without the approval of congress. WW1: Germany was sinking US merchant ships. WW2: Pearl Harbor attacked by Japan. Korean: Protecting ...


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Part of the issue with answering this question is defining what counts as a foreign intervention. The Congressional Research Service has published a report entitled Instances of Use of United States Armed Forces Abroad, 1798-2020, which is an attempt to "provide a rough survey of past U.S. military ventures abroad". However, it is questionable ...


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This list omits a lot of less known foreign conflicts. Looking at the list of wars involving the United States on Wikipedia, we find a lot more. Let's start with the second World War, as WWII really marks the start of US military involvement in geopolitics. World War II - US engagement started under Franklin D. Roosevelt (Dem) Korean War - Harry S. Truman (...


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Russia's position on the various territorial disputes between India and Pakistan is that these are a bilateral issue and Russia would only like a peaceful settlement. They have no strong opinion on where the border should be. In UN votes, Russia has tended to favour India. For example, Russia described the revoking of Article 370 (that gave Jammu and ...


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