A Foreign Policy of Principled Collaboration

More broadly, Foreign Policy of Principled Collaboration Rather than Lawless Domination. Yes, I am paraphrasing Dr Stein, but I cannot conceive how our Congressional candidates can avoid this issue--in the conditions we may reasonably expect through 2016. Solutions to global problems require Russia and the United States to work together, shedding outdated cold war attitudes that prevent collaboration on problems facing both nations and the world.


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  • commented 2015-12-17 14:13:07 -0800
    This is the kind of fresh thinking we need. Little kids are taught to “play fair” and get along with other people. Governments — especially the U.S. government — act like bullies and antagonize other nations. I like the concept of “Principled Collaboration Rather than Lawless Domination.” It is a fresh approach to foreign policy. The Green Party should organize for this, because it is the right thing to do, and this would help the Green Party stand out from the two big bullying parties. We can be the “grown-up” in the room!
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