Foreign Affairs
“The bottom line is, if our soil is being threatened, we will defend it. If our allies ask for our help, we will defend them.”

Short of those circumstances, the decision of whether to use military force against a threat should come only after the most rigorous debate, and only after we’ve exhausted every diplomatic option available.

The threat of terrorism is a global one, and as such, it should be dealt with globally. That means finding ways for our intelligence agencies to coordinate with those of our allies, and approaching every conflict as a united front, with equal support from all parties involved.

It is not the job of the United States military to police the world, but it is the job of our national security infrastructure to identify and eradicate threats before they reach our shores.

“We can end transnational terrorism without endless wars”

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